There is no doubt that Barcelona are bracing themselves for a summer of change, with multiple first-team players likely to leave the club at the end of the season.
A new report from Mundo Deportivo (h/t Barça Universal) has offered a list of players who are in danger of being offloaded in the coming summer.
In the defensive unit, Barcelona are open to the sale of Sergino Dest, Samuel Umtiti and Clement Lenglet, three players who are set to return to Camp Nou after the end of their respective loan spells elsewhere.
Lenglet is already in talks with Tottenham over a permanent move to North London this summer, while Lecce are hoping to keep hold of Umtiti on a permanent deal as well. Both look quite likely to leave Camp Nou.
Dest, meanwhile, could find it difficult to get too many suitors due to his underwhelming performance at AC Milan. He has been closely linked with a move to Union Berlin lately, but Barcelona are open to the idea of including him in a swap deal involving one of their top targets.
Another defender who may leave Barcelona in the summer is Jordi Alba. Even though the left-back still has a year left on his contract, the veteran has been facing pressure to reduce his salary, which could ultimately convince him to call it quits.
The list of midfielders who are in danger of leaving Camp Nou is relatively small. Franck Kessie is the only real player who could be offloaded on a permanent deal, amid interest from some of the top clubs in Europe.
As for others, Pablo Torre is likely going to be loaned out. The same can be said for Nico, though Barcelona may look to sell him permanently as part of an exchange deal.
In the attack, the list is led by Ansu Fati. The Barcelona youngster is in danger of being offloaded following his underwhelming performances this season. He could leave especially if Lionel Messi returns to the club.
The same can be said for Ferran Torres, who has failed to offer productivity. Raphinha has had a relatively better campaign, but Barcelona have the opportunity to nullify the big investment they made in the Brazilian last summer by shipping him off to the Premier League this summer.
Other attacking players in danger of leaving Barcelona are Alex Collado and Abde Ezzalzouli. The former is likely to be loaned out once again while the situation is much more complex with the latter.
The Moroccan international has enjoyed a bright loan spell at Osasuna, which has expressed Xavi Hernandez as well. But with Leeds United reportedly prepared to commit €40 million for the youngster, Barcelona could be tempted to offload the player this summer, as part of their plans to raise money ahead of the coming summer.