Most notably Asensio and Jorginho .. Barcelona plans to kidnap 7 players for free in January
Joan Laporta, Barcelona’s president, called on the team’s fans to be patient with the project that the administration is seeking to build, and promised new contracts in the winter transfer period.
The Barcelona president confirmed, in statements to the club’s channel, that winning the Clasico will provide assistance to the project, saying, “If there is a good result on Sunday, it will help the project, but it will not weaken the team in the opposite case, and we will continue to improve. Strengthening the team.
The Barcelona president said about the upcoming winter Mercato, “This team is progressing, there is still a need to make adjustments to make it better. We are working for the winter transfer market. We are in talks with the football management, training and staff, with the intent of constantly improving this team.”
And the newspaper “Mundo Deportivo” confirmed that Barcelona’s sports administration, as part of its plan to kidnap free deals, as it did last summer, has drawn up a list of players it targets in the summer of 2023 in a free transfer.
The newspaper pointed out that the list of players targeted by Matteo German Sports Administration in Barcelona includes: Italian Jorginho, Chelsea player, Inigo Martinez, Athletic Bilbao defender, Marco Asensio, Real Madrid player, Valencia left-back Gaia, Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar, and the French player. N’Golo Kante, midfielder for Chelsea, and Yuri Tielemans for Leicester City.
The contracts of these players with their teams expire in the summer of 2023, and Barcelona will not be the only one competing for their inclusion, but the team’s management has some previous contacts with several players.
The great project of Joan Laporta, President of Barcelona, is the return of Argentine star Lionel Messi, whose contract expires in the summer of 2023 with Paris Saint-Germain.
Barcelona signed last summer in free deals with Ivorian Frank Kessie, Denmark’s Andreas Christensen and Spaniards Victor Bellerin and Marcos Alonso.