After FC Barcelona reportedly asked the Spanish Football Federation for permission to make an emergency, the LaLiga giants have been handed some good news for one of their reported targets.
Following the injury to Ousmane Dembele, reports in Spain claim that the club asked Spanish football governing body permission to bring another striker after the January transfer window slammed shut.
The LaLiga champions did not sign a striker last month after Luis Suarez's injury and now only have to rely on Lionel Messi, Antoine Griezmann and Ansu Fati for the goals.
Barcelona have been linked with Getafe striker Angel Rodriguez and their club president, Angel Torres insists he would not stand in the striker's way of a move to the Camp Nou.
"Who wouldn't like to go to Barcelona?" Torres told Catalunya Radio when asked to address Angel's future.
"The club has to be prepared for this.
"It's not an issue of the release clause but one where I cannot deny a player that has given us so much and has had spectacular performances, the opportunity to join a big club. The price would not be an obstacle."
The 32-year-old has registered nine goals and two assists in 20 league encounters for Getafe this season.
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