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Barcelona receive approval from La Liga for feasibility plan, Messi’s return is possible



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Barcelona’s financial feasibility plan has been approved by La Liga, according to a report by Gerard Romero. The league have finally decided to get back to the club with an answer after several weeks of delaying it.

The Catalans can now kickstart their transfer window process, starting with announcing players that have already been signed, like Inigo Martinez. The Athletic Club defender will move to Barça on a free transfer.

This also means Barcelona can officially move for Lionel Messi, who has been between Al-Hilal, Inter Miami, and the blaugranes over the last few weeks. The Argentine prefers Barça, but wanted to make a decision quickly.

Leo will also join Barcelona on a Bosman move, having played his last game for PSG already.

They are also targeting a move for German national Ilkay Gundogan. The Manchester City midfielder has been offered a three-year deal by the Catalans, and is leaning towards an exit.

Apart from the incoming transfers, Barcelona will also have to deal with the exits this summer. Ansu Fati, Ferran Torres could be among the first players to leave, with Franck Kessie, Eric Garcia, and Pablo Torre also facing an exit.

While the plan has been approved, Barcelona will have to follow it to a T to make sure all signings are registered. They faced complications over the last multiple windows registering their players, with the likes of Jules Kounde, Franck Kessie suffering consequences.

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