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Six untouchables at Barcelona ahead of squad rebuild – report



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Real Madrid’s acquisition of Kylian Mbappe would undoubtedly bolster their offensive prowess and this move poses a significant challenge for Barcelona, given their well-known financial struggles. 

The Catalan club might find themselves compelled to make what could be described as a period of ‘painful sales’ to address their economic constraints.

To alleviate their financial woes and comply with La Liga’s fair-play regulations, Barcelona might need to part ways with some of their star players. 

Such a move would offer a dual solution, resolving both their economic issues and their compliance with league regulations. However, amidst potential departures, there are six players who remain non-negotiable assets for the club.

Six untouchables at Barcelona

At 25 years old, Ronald Araujo stands as the most seasoned member of Barcelona’s future core. 

His presence forms the cornerstone of the team’s defensive lineup for the years ahead. 

Despite potential interest from other clubs, Barcelona should staunchly reject any offers for Araujo, as his partnership with Pau Cubarsi promises immediate results and long-term stability.

Barcelona will not sell Gavi and Pedri. (Photo by Alex Caparros/Getty Images)

In midfield, Xavi has identified three players who should be considered indispensable: Gavi, Fermin Lopez, and Pedri

These young talents represent the future of Barcelona’s midfield, embodying the club’s ethos and playing style. Meanwhile, Lamine Yamal emerges as the latest gem from La Masia, showcasing immense potential in Barcelona’s attacking lineup.

What next for Barcelona?

With this core group secured, Barcelona’s next priority lies in strengthening their defensive midfield and bolstering their left-sided attack with a dynamic and pacey player. 

These areas are identified as critical for the club’s success, warranting significant investment in the upcoming transfer window. 

Additionally, contingency plans should be made for a potential replacement for Lewandowski, should Vitor Roque fail to meet expectations.

As Barcelona navigates the complexities of the transfer market, it is imperative to focus their resources on securing top-tier talent rather than dispersing funds across multiple mediocre signings. 

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