Barcelona didn't make a big transfer move during the 2021 summer transfer window even though they had lost Lionel Messi to Paris Saint-Germain, but there are some players that are likely to sign with FC Barcelona in the 2022 January transfer window.
Current Team: Valencia CF
Current Team: RB Leipzig
This 23-year-old player graduated from Barcelona's youth academy, but he left Barcelona in 2014 and he moved to Dinamo Zagred before he got to RB Leipzig.
According to different sources, Dani almost signed for FC Barcelona in the 2021 summer transfer window, but the transfer did not fall through In time. There is no doubt that FC Barcelona would approach him in the 2022 January transfer window.
Current Club: Borussia Dortmund
Barcelona's president, Joan Laporta, listed six players that he wanted to sign in the 2021 summer window, and he signed some of them which include, Eric Garcia, Segio Aguero, and Memphis Depay, but they were unable to sign Erling Haaland who was also on the list.
Since the club's financial status is falling back in place, the club would try to sign Erling by the next transfer window.
Current Club: Inter Milan
Barcelona have shown great interest in Martinez for a very long time, the player is also interested in Barcelona, and this means that Barcelona would definitely move in for the player.
Current Club: LOSC Lille
Barcelona tried their best to sign G. Wijnaldum, but he signed for Paris Saint-Germain during the last minutes of the transaction, this means that Barcelona would switch their interest to Renato Sanches whom they tried to sign on a Loan transfer.
According to an exclusive report from Le10 Sport, Barcelona had taken a step closer to signing Portuguese international midfielder Renato Sanches from French League champions LOSC Lille, but the transaction fell out.
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