Barcelona' presidential hopeful Victor Font has vowed to reform the club once elected president on March 7th, 2021 by providing a road map on recovery while rebuilding the squad by signing 4 world class players this summer.
Fonte revealed he had investor who is willing to offer him €300m to sign superstars and therefore, the club will be aiming to sign the likes of Lautaro Martinez, Erling Haaland, Jules Kaude and Ibrahima Konate. Barcelona will also be able to sign out of contract superstars like 'Sergio Aguero, Gini Wijnaldum, Gigi Donarruma, Memphis Depay and Eric Garcia' this summer.
Fonte also revealed that his preferred manager is Xavi Hernandez not Ronald Koeman who miraculously turned Barcelona fortunes around with a sensational comeback against Sevilla in the Copa Del Rey. The president also believes Xavi's presence will massively help in keeping Messi at the club.
Under Xavi's tutelage, top players will want to come to Barcelona and play alongside Lionel Messi has a year or two to play in the highest level.
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