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How Barcelona Could Lineup Next Season With Lewandowski And Other 4 New Signings

Barcelona has agreed to pay 45 million Euros cash plus 5 million Euros add-ons for Robert Lewandowski. The Polish striker will be playing for Barcelona in the upcoming 2022/23 season. Lewandowski scored over 50 across all competitions for Bayern Munich, and will be looking forward to scoring more goals for the Catalans next season. Lewandowski will become the fifth signing of Barcelona and will join the team at United States of America.

How Barcelona Could Lineup Next Season With Lewandowski and Other four new signings.

Goalkeeper: Marc-Andre Ter Stegen.

Defenders: Jordi Alba, Andreas Christensen, Ronald Araujo and Sergino Dest.

Midfielders: Franck Kessie, Gavi, and Pedri.

Wingers: Ousmane Dembele, Raphinha and Robert Lewandowski.

Dembele and Raphinha will provide extensive support for the Polish striker from the wings, while Kessie could partner with Gavi in the defensive Midfield in the absence of Frenkie de Jong. The Dutch midfielder is the part of the squad that left for Pre-season, but there is no guarantee that he will be playing for the squad next season. Christensen who is among the new arrival will combine with Araujo in the centre-back, while Alba and Dest will cover the wide areas in the defensive line.

Xavi Hernandez want to integrate his new signings into his tactics and style. This explains why he will be giving all his new signings a fair chance of proving themselves in the Pre-season friendlies. There is a high possibility that Barcelona could add more signings to the team. They are linked to Jules Kounde of Sevilla, and there are rumors that the Spanish giants also want to acquire the services of two Chelsea full-backs. However, the continuation of new deals might depend slightly on the Potential sale of Frenkie de Jong to Manchester united. Can Barcelona win the 2022/23 La Liga title with this Lineup?

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