By Barcelona's high standards, the 2020/2021 season has been a disappointment. The Catalan club is a ghost of its former self. The club is beset by uncertainty, ranging from the future of star player Lionel Messi to the futures of other key players, financial difficulties, and even the future of manager Ronald Koeman.
Newly elected President Juan Laporta has a lot on his plate, but manager Ronald Koeman has asked the Barcelona Board to sign these two players ahead of the summer transfer window. The Dutchman wants these players' contracts signed as soon as possible before the start of next season.
Here they are;
After leaving Manchester City, the Argentine striker is a free agent. He has been extensively linked with a move to the Catalan club, and a deal might be revealed as soon as this week. If Barcelona fulfills Koeman's dream and signs him, the 34-year-old will rejoin with his national team partner Lionel Messi.
2. Memphis Depay
The former Manchester United flop and current Olympique Lyon winger have been widely linked with a move to Barcelona. Koeman wants to join the club so he may reunite with his Spanish compatriot. Depay has already stated that Barca is interested in signing him, and it may only be a matter of time until he is signed.
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