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Barcelona are facing some challenges and they are struggling to compete with other top European clubs. The board is aware of the situation, and Laporta has promised that the post-Messi era will be successful when the club legend moves to Paris Saint-Germain.
Barcelona are ninth on the La Liga Santander table with 12 points after seven matches. Their worst run of form is in the UEFA Champions League, where the Spanish club has yet to earn a point in the competition so far.
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Barcelona need the signing of some great players to turn the season around and they have been linked with these three players:
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- Raheem Sterling
Barcelona will make an effort to sign Raheem Sterling from Manchester City in January. The club was close to signing him in the summer, according to reports.
The 26-year-old Manchester City player is a great footballer and a goal scorer. His quick feet and his dribbling abilities will be technical for Ronald Koeman's Barcelona team.
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- Paul Pogba
According to transfermarkt.co.uk, Barcelona are trying to sign Pogba as a free agent next year. Paul Pogba is yet to extend his contract with Manchester United and he is getting closer to an exit every day.
Barcelona could use the services of the French international in the midfield position. A world-class footballer with great talents can help the club get back to its former glory.
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Liverpool and Barcelona are considering an offer for Adeyemi in the winter transfer window, according to reports.
The 19-year-old striker has scored eleven goals, including a Champions League goal this season. Karim Adeyemi will be a great partner in attack with Ansu Fati.
The young striker is a player for the future and he will be a great signing for Barcelona in solving the present issue as well as providing security for the future.
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