Barcelona’s sporting director put out a clear blueprint for the team’s transfer strategy at the club’s General Assembly this past weekend.
The 59-year-old said that they would continue to pursue elite free agents like as Diogo Dalot, N’Golo Kante, and Marco Asensio in the coming years.
While these names will only be available during the next summer window, the club does not intend to add to its lineup in January.
According to writer Edu Polo, Barcelona intends to have a calm winter market and will not make any urgent additions until it becomes necessary.
He adds that Barcelona intends to have a calm winter market, which means no quick signings until it becomes a necessity.
“The primary plan is to create a peaceful winter bazaar.” “There is no threat of a bombing, unless there is an accident or an unforeseen departure,” Polo told Carpetas FCB.
Barcelona was one of the busiest clubs during the previous winter window.
With injuries worsening, the club was compelled to enter the market and sign players such as Adama Traore from Wolves and Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang from the opposite side.
Traore and Aubameyang, for example, were simply stopgap measures. The former returned to his original club before to the start of the current season, while Aubameyang was sold to Chelsea.
There is no market strategy in place. If there are no unexpected injuries or departures, Barcelona will stroll through the window gently.
This season, Barcelona has lost many defenders due to injury, Araujo and new acquisition Jules Kounde.
Both players had injuries during the international break, and although Kounde is close to returning, Araujo will not be available until the World Cup in Qatar.
situation persists, Barcelona may hunt for a defender similar to Athletic Club’s Inigo Martinez. The January transfer market is likely to be barren of high-profile additions, as it was earlier this year.
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