Barcelona head into the new season looking good in attack especially after all the signings they have made to bolster that side of the team. Manager, Xavi has lots of Players to select from and so there should be little or no excuse for Barcelona not to perform.
One position however that would give Xavi good selection problem is the left side of attack with two Players in Raphinha and Ousmane Dembele set to compete for a starting shirt.
Using Pre-season as a judge, both Players have done very well and therefore, it will not be fair to drop one for the other. Xavi can also not play both Players as the other position is set to be fought for by other Players like Ferran Torres, Ansu Fati and even Pierre emerick Aubameyang.
For me, Ousmane Dembele is the tried and tested choice from last season and deserve to continue in that stead heading into the new season. If injuries and poor form kick in, then Raphinha takes his place in the team immediately.
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