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Barcelona made some signings in the last summer transfer window, securing the signature of some players namely "Miralem Pjanic", "Trincao", "Pedri", "Sergino Dest" and among others, but it seems like Barcelona boss "Ronald Koeman" is planning to add two English premier league star players into his squad in January.
According to reports, Barcelona boss "Ronald Koeman" has identified Manchester City player "Eric Garcia" and Liverpool star player "Georginio Wijnadum" as their winter transfer window targets.
"Georginio Wijnadum" contract with Liverpool is expected to expire at the end of the season, but Barcelona are ready to secure his signature at the January transfer window and will not wait until the end of the season.
"Eric Garcia" contract with Manchester City is expected to expire at the end of the season and Barcelona are set to bring the Manchester City player to their home at the January transfer window.
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