FC Barcelona president Joan Laporta has made big admission about Antoine Griezmann's future amid the links with Manchester City.
The Catalan giants are desperately looking to lower their wage bill to comply with LaLiga's Financial Fair Player otherwise they will not be able to register new players.
The LaLiga outfit have already offloaded six players on a permanent basis, but are expected to release a few more before the transfer window closes.
While Barcelona do value Griezmann, Laporta has admitted there is a market for the 2018 World Cup winner.
"It's a special market and you have to use your imagination, perhaps thinking in swap deals, but we value Antoine a lot. The club made a big investment in him and we are happy with him," he told reporters, as per Goal.
"It's not easy for a club to come in with an offer for a player at his level. But the transfer window is just getting started and there's a market for Griezmann."
Here's how Barca could line up for the 2021/22 with their new signings: