According to Play433, Barcelona could sign three of the finest strikers this summer. The Blauagrana giants could sign Erling Haaland who will certainly be leaving Borrusia Dortmund once his release clause is been paid for.
Haaland will cost any club interested in his service €154m to sign which frankly will be very difficult for Barcelona to pull off. The club though wants to join Barcelona due to the presence of Lionel Messi who he rates as the world's greatest payer but his fee will have to be reduced.
Barcelona could also sign Manchester City's record goal scorer Sergio Aguero who will become a free agent this summer. The 32-year-old Argentine international will leave City after 10 years of playing top level football and join any club capable of paying him while offering him first team football.
Aguero might have struggled with injuries and fatigue problems this season but, he is a still a top striker and a very close friend to Lionel Messi. The Bluagrana giants could also sign Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez but he will cost them €120m to sign.
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