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Former La Masia Players Who Could Return to Barcelona in the Next Transfer Window

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La Masia is one of the best football academies in the world. Barcelona have produced many great and talented players over the years, playing across all of Europe and around the world.

The financial difficulties at Barcelona have forced the club to promote many academy players for the first time, and this act has proven to be a great success with youngsters from Barcelona ruling the Spanish national team.

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Below is a list of three former Barcelona academy graduates who could come back to the club in the next transfer window.

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- Andre Onana

Barcelona have had contacts with Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana, who grew up at La Masia, according to reports.

The 25-year-old shot-stopper will be a market opportunity because he will be free to negotiate a transfer with any club in January. Barcelona can convince him to return to his childhood club.

Inter Milan is still the best-positioned club for now. Andre Onana will get straight into the Italian team starting XI to replace Handanovic at the end of the season.

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- Dani Olmo

RB Leipzig star, Dani Olmo has also been linked with a move to Barcelona. The 23-year-old Barcelona academy graduate could find himself back at the club in the winter with the club planning to reinforce the team in January.

Dani Olmo may cost Barcelona between €40 and €50 million in transfer fees to bring the Spanish attacking midfielder to the Camp Nou Stadium.

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- Xavi Simon

Xavi Simon left Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain and now he is running out of contract with the Ligue 1 club. Xavi Simon will be eligible to talk to another club in January for a possible transfer. This is the best time for Barcelona to get their star midfielder back.

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