FC Barcelona are reportedly keen to buy a few players once their transfer ban expires in January – the following five stars have been linked with the Catalan giants.
Last season's treble winners are experiencing some injury problems after Lionel Messi and Rafinha were sidelined for extended spells.
Barcelona are not allowed to register Arda Turan and Aleix Vidal, who they bought this summer, until January, which has put some pressure on their slim squad.
However, they reportedly want to act once the ban ends and Robert Fernandez, the club's new sporting director, has now hinted that Barca are considering a few options.
"It's something that requires careful consideration," he told Catalunya Radio when asked about possible signings.
Luis Enrique's side are particularly looking for attacking options, with Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, Celta Vigo's Nolito, Dynamo Kiev's Andriy Yarmolenko and Valencia's Sofiane Feghouli all linked with the club.
All four are wingers, which means the Blaugrana will probably sign, at the most, two of them in the same window, although Fernandez also admitted that business in January will be tricky.
Juventus' central midfielder Paul Pogba is the fifth name closest linked with the Catalan giants, but he might only become a serious target once the current season is over.
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