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9 players are being monitored by the Catalan club, F.C.B for free deals.

F.C.B has started making early plans for the upcoming summer transfer window in an effort to fix the issues that coach Xavi Hernandez’s side is now experiencing without spending a lot of money and by signing a number of stars whose contracts are up next summer.

The F.C.B team management is hoping to build on the fantastic job it did during the previous summer’s Mercato by bringing in a tonne of big names, including those who were in a free transfer deal, like Spanish right-back Hector Bellerin, Ivorian midfielder Frank Kessier, and Danish defender Andreas Christensen.

The Catalan publication Mundo Deportivo reported on Tuesday that Barcelona is keeping track of nine players whose contracts are up at the end of the current campaign before attempting to add individuals who fit the team’s financial and technical goals.

Martinez, Inigo

F.C.B Inigo Martinez, a defender for Athletic Bilbao, turns 31 on June 30. Since signing him was one of Barcelona’s priorities during the summer transfer window and it still is, it is possible that the sports administration will make a fresh offer to the Basque team during the January winter transfer window.

Michael Asensio

F.C.B A winger for Real Madrid and the Spanish national team One of the players Barcelona is thinking about hiring in the near future is Marco Asensio. The 26-year-old was a target for the Catalan club before he joined the white squad, but that hasn’t stopped the club from making another attempt to recruit him.

Jorginho

Italian media reports have stated that Joao Santos’ representative recently visited Barcelona to discuss his future with the squad as a potential replacement for seasoned Spanish star Sergio Busquets. Jorginho’s contract with Chelsea is soon to expire, but he has not yet struck an agreement to renew it.

Lionel Messi

As the first “Blaugrana” official did not rule out the return of the Argentine star to Barcelona’s ranks as a player, Barcelona club president Joan Laporta wants to bring back the legend Lionel Messi, who left the team through the back door in 2021 and signed with Paris Saint-Germain until 2023. However, the decision will not be made until after the World Cup finals, which Qatar will host starting in November.

Milan  Skriniar,

The Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar’s contract is set to expire next summer, but the Nerazzurri administration is still attempting to extend it, clearing the way for the teams who want to sign him, including Paris Saint-Germain, who are leading the charge.

However, Barcelona’s athletic department believes it to be the greatest choice for Pique’s replacement on the club.

Jose  Gaia,

The most player whose name was linked to a move to the “Spotify Camp Nou” stadium to fill in for Jordi Alba in previous campaigns was the Spanish left back Jose Gaia. F.C.B However, that did not materialise. The Catalan club is still keeping an eye on Gaia, who is also close to renewing his contract with the “Bat” team, despite his contract with Spaniard Marcos Alonso and the presence of the young back Alejandro Baldi.

N’Golo Kanti

N’Golo Kante, a French star, also piques Barcelona’s interest, particularly given that, like his Italian teammate Jorginho, his contract with Chelsea expires next summer. The Catalan club’s management believes that the file of the 31-year-old French player fits with the team searching for a player with his qualities.

F.C.B is keeping an eye on the situation of Yuri Tielemans, a 25-year-old midfielder from Leicester City and Belgium who has impressed sporting director Matteo Alemani and coach Xavi Hernandez. The team attempted to sign Tielemans during the previous summer’s transfers, but it proved challenging due to the Spanish Football League’s fair play regulations.

Diogo Dalot

Coach Xavi also has a strong alternative in Portuguese right-back Diogo Dalot, who plays for Manchester United and the Portugal national team. After the season, the 23-year-old will face off against Spanish defender Hector Bellerin, who joined the squad in the most recent Mercato on a free transfer. His Arsenal deal.

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