Barca to sign Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino and Chelsea midfielder Jorginho
FC Barcelona has become very ambitious since the rise of economic levers. One of their goals is to get a great striker from Liverpool.
FC Barcelona needs to keep looking for attackers if they want to stay in the race. In recent years, the Spanish club have focused on getting players whose contracts are about to end so that they can strengthen their team at a lower cost. Because of this plan, FC Barcelona was able to sign Memphis Depay, Andreas Christensen, Franck Kessie, and Hector Bellerin, among others.
Barcelona’s leaders want to keep up their successful strategy for hiring players, which has already paid off. Along with Youssoufa Moukoko, the Spanish giant wants to add a striker from the Premier League to their team.
According to what the Spanish reporter José Alvarez said, Xavi hopes that FC Barcelona will be able to sign Roberto Firmino. The Brazilian player’s current contract will end in June, and Liverpool has not yet started talking about extending it. It would be best for Barcelona to take advantage of this situation and sign one of the best strikers in the world.
To stay out of trouble with La Liga and avoid a penalty, FC Barcelona would want to get Youssoufa Moukoko and Roberto Firmino without paying any transfer compensation. Even with what’s going on, Barcelona could make two big moves during the next summer transfer window.
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It would be in FC Barca’s best interest to move on players whose contracts are about to end. The Catalans are interested in more than just Youssoufa Moukoko and Roberto Firmino. They also want Youri Tielemans, N’Golo Kanté, and Jorginho. Sergio Busquets’s future is still unclear, so Barcelona would want to sign a midfielder to help get ready for when he might leave.
FC Barcelona could give a player special treatment when his contract is about to end so that the club’s financial situation doesn’t get worse. When the winter transfer window opens, Catalans can talk to players whose contracts are about to end and finalise any deals they make with them.