Here are three young players that Barcelona management has deemed as an unsellable asset in the club. The club has refused offers and is unwilling to let go of such players as they see them as the future of the club.
The youngster is just back from injury but his potential and stellar performance in the club makes him a priceless gem. 17-year-old Fati has been given Lionel Messi's number 10 jersey and that proves the level of importance he is to the club.
The 24-year-old has been a great addition to the Catalan club. The Dutch player has brought some midfield options to the club. De Jong is planned to be the defensive midfield replacement for Sergio Busquets. He will be given the preferred defensive position once the veteran leaves the club.
Plans are underway to extend the Spaniard's contract at Barcelona. The club plans to keep him at the club for a long time and the club is in negotiations with his agent to continue this stay at Barca. Many clubs have been eyeing the player but Barca is adamant about selling him. Bayern Munich and PSG are said to try to lure him from the Spanish club next summer.
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