Barcelona could be set for some big squad changes ahead of next season, with seven first-team stars reportedly placed on an exit list and six players heavily tipped to join the Spanish giants.
Click through the gallery above to see some possible outgoings and incomings fans could see at Barcelona in the next transfer window, according to various reports.
Xavi Hernandez, 42, has enjoyed a positive start to life in Spain since his appointment as Barca head coach, having claimed 20 victories in 36 matches across all competitions.
The Spaniard was able to make important adjustments to his squad in the January window, during which he brought in Adama Traore on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Arsenal and Ferran Torres from Manchester City.
Barca's form since their respective arrivals has aided Xavi's bid to progress in the LaLiga standing, with the Blaugrana set to finish second on the table behind champions Real Madrid.
He, along with president Joan Laporta, has bigger aspirations, though, and will reportedly be looking to make more changes to his side in the coming window, which could see some high-profile players being moved on in the coming weeks.
Defender Clement Lenglet could be sold following a season in which he has been used as a back-up centre-back to the more frequently used Eric Garcia, Gerard Pique and Ronald Araujo.
Players such as Sergino Dest, Riqui Puig and out-of-favour Martin Braithwaite are also said to be surplus to requirements, while Adama Traore is reportedly unlikely to be bought permanently from Wolves.
Luuk de Jong is set to return to parent club Sevilla following what has been a productive spell at Barcelona. Ousmane Dembele, meanwhile, has been offered a contract to stay at the Camp Nou, although Laporta has admitted he believes the Frenchman has received tempting offers from elsewhere.
In terms of those on Xavi's transfer wish list, reports across Europe suggest that the LaLiga side is in pole position to land Robert Lewandowski's signature should Bayern Munich agree to sell him ahead of the 2022/23 campaign.
The Bundesliga champions have insisted the Poland international will not leave the Allianz Arena before his contract expires in June 2023, despite Lewandowski recently revealing he wants to depart in the next window.
Andreas Christensen and Franck Kessie have reportedly already agreed to join Barcelona as free-agent signings, but a few more top players feature in Xavi's future plans. Click through the gallery above to see more stars he could try sign!
Here are 10 confirmed transfers ahead of the 2022/23 campaign: