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Barcelona only trust one player in the attack, five forwards are transferable



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Although there have been brief glimpses of hope and a few memorable games, Barcelona have found it difficult to maintain the form needed to compete at an elite level.

The imminence of a trophyless campaign has led to introspection within the club, sparking debate about the changes that are required to restore Barça’s pedigree.

Alongside Barcelona’s expected squad revamp this summer, financial pressures are also compelling the club to take tough measures.

Barcelona’s non-negotiable star up front

Now, according to SPORT, the only player deemed untouchable in Barcelona’s front line is Lamine Yamal.

The 16-year-old prodigy has already demonstrated exceptional talent and potential, which has allowed him to warrant a long-term role within the team.

Barcelona holds Yamal in high regard, given his consistent displays on the right flank throughout the season and his ability to shine on the biggest stages.

Moreover, the club’s faith in him is testified by the fact that he is a strong candidate to take ownership of the number 10 jersey next season.

After all, Yamal’s shirt was the second-best-selling item in Barça’s official stores in March.

What about the other five forwards?

As for Yamal’s compatriots, there are looming uncertainties regarding their future at the club.

Robert Lewandowski’s age renders him a potentially saleable asset, while his salary rise is also another deterrent.

Offers will be studied for Ferran Torres, with Raphinha having no shortage of suitors either.

Additionally, the situation surrounding Vitor Roque has been heating up lately, with his lack of game time drawing concern from his agent.

Finally, Joao Felix’s future is also up in the air, with the club only willing to acquire him on another loan instead of splashing cash to sign him permanently.

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