Barcelona are willing to move on multiple squad players such as Junior Firpo, Philippe Coutinho, Antoine Griezmann, Martin Braithwaite, Neto, Samuel Umtiti and Miralem Pjanić in order to raise funds for the signing of Erling Haaland.
Barça want to sell Coutinho this summer, but there are still several installments to be paid to Liverpool, which are estimated at more than 50 million euros. The idea of the club is to try and sell him for that amount, so that they can pay the debt to the English outfit.
Matheus Fernandes is also available for sale, although any value may be minimal, while they are even willing to listen to offers for central defender Clément Lenglet.
Barcelona are now preparing the money to make an official offer for Erling Haaland.
There are now 10 clubs which are interested in signing Erling Haaland and 5 of them has make their offer ready.
Barça's summer shortlist consists of stars who will be free and Haaland, the 'big dream', whose signing could amount to €110 million in total.
Laporta considers that the Dutch coach has earned, for at least one more season, continuing to lead the sports project
The new president values the growth of the team, the commitment to youngsters and the good relationship with the footballers
Barça must sell players to raise €100 million to try to sign Haaland: Coutinho, Griezmann, Braithwaite, Umtiti, Pjanic, Neto, Junior and Matheus, on the exit ramp.
"The annual wages of Griezmann, Coutinho, Umtiti and Pjanic sum up to €62.93 million in total. So selling them will help us make enough money for Haaland."
Barça are in a great battle for Haaland, as their dream '9' signing is also on the agenda of Madrid, Chelsea, City, United, Liverpool and Juventus.
Borussia Dortmund will not be flexible in charges and Raiola is an expert in auctioning off his best players.
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