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Analysis of transfer rumors involving Barca.

Over the past few weeks, Football Club Barcelona has been linked with a lot of players.

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In this article, will be analyzing some of those rumors and how accurate we think they are. Let's have a look:


1. Raheem Sterling

According to a report by Spanish outlet AS, the prospect of Raheem Sterling departing the club for Barcelona in January is a genuine possibility.

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Raheem Sterling has not been a starter in Pep Guardiola's team since the start of the season, as such, the transfer rumors aren't surprising.

With the recent injuries to Barcelona strikers like Ansu Fati, Martin Braithwaite, Ousmane Dembele, and Sergio Aguero, Barcelona might be tempted to make a move for the English star.

However, his high wages might be a hindrance to the possible deal.

Probability rating: 60%

2. Dani Olmo

According to reliable sports journalist Fabrizio Romano, "Dani Olmo is a player Barcelona love. They tried to sign him on deadline day on loan with buy obligation but RB Leipzig rejected."

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Speaking to the press a few days ago, Joan Laporta hinted that the club could make a few signings in January. As such, Dani Olmo coming to Barca this January is a big possibility.

Probability rating: 75%


3. Frenkie De Jong

According to Spanish sports outlet El Nacional, Manchester City is interested in signing Frenkie De Jong from FC Barcelona.

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Though FC Barcelona might not be willing to allow the Dutchman club to leave them so easily, a tempting offer could trigger a move away from the Catalan side.

Probability rating: 20%

4. Luuk De Jong

Another player who has been linked with a move out of the club is Luuk De Jong.

The Dutchman is reportedly not in Xavi's plans, as such, there's a high possibility of him leaving Barcelona in the winter market.

Probability rating: 75%

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