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Barcelona see only five players as ‘non-transferable’, open to offers for others



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With the summer transfer window a couple of months away, Barcelona are once again the centre of attention as they face a pivotal period before the next season.

Not only is the managerial situation under the scanner, but Barça also need to make some changes to the squad which will be dictated by the financial situation at the club.

For the Catalans to return to the 1:1 ruling in the summer, there is a need to generate revenue and player sales are seen as the best bet to achieve that.

Five ‘non-transferable’ players

However, not all players are up for sale, with Barcelona considering five young talents at the club as absolutely ‘non-transferable’, according to SPORT.

Indeed, as per the report, La Masia graduates Lamine Yamal, Pau Cubarsi, and Gavi, along with Pedri and Mika Faye are seen as absolute untouchables by Barcelona and the club will not entertain any offers for them.

Barça have already let those around these footballers know that they are not willing to negotiate for them.

With Yamal attracting interest from PSG, Barça have made it clear that he will not be sold under any circumstances.

Lamine and Gavi are seen as untouchables. (Photo by JAVIER SORIANO/AFP via Getty Images)

Meanwhile, the Blaugrana are in advanced negotiations with Pedri and Cubarsi to extend their contracts.

In Gavi’s case, talks are going more slowly because of his serious knee injury, but Barça have also expressed their willingness to extend his contract, which expires in 2026.

Lamine is already under a private agreement until 2030, which will come into effect when he turns 18, while Mika Faye’s existing deal will be upgraded to a first-team contract to protect him from the numerous offers on the table.

Barça’s idea is to build a project around players trained at La Masia plus Pedri, who arrived very young from Las Palmas and has exploded at the club.

They will be the only non-transferable players and will not leave under any circumstances this summer.

Other first-team players could leave the club if interesting offers come in, and all eyes are on Frenkie de Jong, Ronald Araujo and Raphinha, players with big names on the market. Barça are not ruling out any kind of sale.

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