Digimagaz.com – Barcelona transfer market update at the start of the 2023/2024 season. Barca are increasingly active in the transfer market. Barca began to bring a number of players to Camp Nou.
Barcelona has just had an extraordinary season. In the midst of being exposed to various problems, Xavi’s team successfully won the La Liga for the 2022/2023 season.
Apart from Xavi’s cold hands, this title was also inseparable from Barca’s maneuvers, which hooked a number of star players in last summer’s transfer window.
New stars such as Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, Andreas Christensen, and Jules Kounde played a major role in bringing Barcelona to lift the Spanish League trophy at the end of the season.
What about Barcelona’s movements this summer? Check out the full review below.
Barcelona announced Gundogan’s arrival at Camp Nou on Monday (26/05/2023). As is known, he did not continue his contract at the Etihad.
That is, it can be transported free of charge. Gundogan had become a bone of contention for several clubs in Europe.
Man City is also said to want to retain the 32-year-old player. However, in the end, Gundogan chose to join Barcelona.
After that, Barcelona also managed to bring in defender Inigo Martinez. He will defend Barcelona for two years until 2025.
So far, no Barcelona player has left for another club. However, they are certain to be left behind by two senior players, Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba.
Barcelona is in need of fresh funds. Because of that, they also want to sell some players. One of the names that is widely said to be released is Eric Garcia.
Rumors recently surfaced that Barcelona will sell five players in this summer’s transfer window. It will be interesting to wait for all the players who leave Camp Nou.
Barcelona Provisional Squad
- Marc-Andre ter Stegen
- Overlap Pena
- Ronald Araujo
- Andreas Christensen
- Mark Alonso
- Jules Kounde
- Eric Garcia
- Inigo Martinez
- Frank Kessie
- Sergi Roberto
- Frankie Young
- Ilkay Gundogan
- Ousmane Dembele
- Robert Lewandowski
- Ansu Fati
- Ferran Torres
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