According to journalist Javier Miguel’s post on Culemania, Barcelona has determined that a pivot midfielder and a left winger are two key areas that require reinforcement for the upcoming campaign.
Barcelona is anticipated to keep quiet in the January transfer window given the current situation. Manager Xavi has received the communication from club president Joan Laporta.
Quiet in this sense does not imply poor business; rather, it indicates that they anticipate continuing their continuous financial struggles without adding any players.
Although Barcelona will monitor market changes, it is unlikely that they will take official action.
Pivot has presented issues.
It’s no secret that Barcelona’s center has a significant hole when Sergio Busquets left. The squad has been searching for a replacement ever since he left, and while Oriol Romeu fills in, he is not a long-term option.
A few players have made it onto Barcelona’s list, including Wilfred Ndidi, Gabriel Moscardo, and even Martin Zubimendi.
To sign a certain player, the organization must, however, set out a plan to determine how far they can stretch their money.
Anticipate the window to be a cruel mistress, given the state of the market and Barcelona’s finances.
A left-winger, why?
A lot will depend on Joao Felix’s performance and his future with the team in answering this question.
The Portuguese striker made the left wing his own after a brilliant start to his new life in Catalonia, but his impact has now started to wane to the point that he hasn’t scored in his past ten games.
Barcelona has, in any case, given the player the assurance that he will be kept on team because they think he will find his form again once everyone around him picks up steam.
However, the truth is that Barcelona must be ready for anything because their odds of keeping