Important new changes are taking place in the Barcelona team. Barcelona has seen their expectations of winning the LaLiga Santander title drop off the radar as of late, following consecutive draws against Atletico Madrid and Levante after an unexpected home loss Granada. Which has made Blaugrana’s chiefs begin considering next season.
The primary thing that Barcelona president Joan Laporta should resolve is the fate of lead trainer Ronald Koeman, who has gone under expanding pressure after seeing the club’s title push waver.
It has not precluded that Koeman will, in any case, be in control next season, with the Dutchman actually having one year to go on his agreement, as he got the Copa del Rey prize. As well as has brought through a progression of youthful players that currently saw as Barcelona’s future.
By the by, there are reports in the Catalan press that enormous changes are coming at Camp Nou. Mundo Deportivo claims that there will be a ‘transformation,’ with up to 14 players withdrawing from the club.
Who could leave Barcelona?
Barcelona’s dangerous monetary position has very much archived, so in the event that they need to reinforce any spaces of the crew. They will initially have to discover admirers for some undesirable players.
Philippe Coutinho, Samuel Umtiti, Miralem Pjanic, Martin Braithwaite, Junior Firpo, Neto, and Matheus Fernandes will all sell. In any case, there could likewise be some large name players that are made accessible.
As well as frustrating the pitch, Barcelona needs to move some of them on. In particular Coutinho, Umtiti, and Pjanic – because of their significant compensations, yet this is by and large why it won’t be a simple undertaking.
Possible signings for Barcelona
Because of the club’s monetary position, Barcelona sees players set to turn out to be free specialists this late spring. What’s more, not normal for earlier years, some appealing names will be accessible.
Manchester City center-back Eric Garcia has apparently effectively conceded to terms with the Blaugrana. While Liverpool’s Georginio Wijnaldum, Lyon’s Memphis Depay, and City’s Sergio Aguero are largely on their waitlist.
Barcelona stays sure that Lionel Messi will wind up putting pen to paper on another agreement. All things considered, Laporta and his directorate know that they should offer a triumphant task to the Argentine with the goal for him to submit his future to the club.
The 33-year-old is content with Barcelona’s youths’ movement, yet he needs some world-class players to come in that can get straight down to business and improve the nature of the crew.
There hope to be numerous long evenings at the Camp Nou’s workplaces this late spring. As Barcelona hopes to get their upheaval in progress. Important new changes are taking place in the Barcelona team.