There could be some big changes at FC Barcelona after the election of Joan Laporta as president, the same man who signed Ronaldinho and Thierry Henry for the club! Here are six players reportedly on the Blaugrana's transfer shortlist, while some big names could be on the way out.
Click through the gallery above to see the latest transfer talk surrounding Barcelona, according to several reports!
Despite the Catalan giants being in a difficult place financially, there are still several rumours suggesting that the club will look to make some interesting personnel changes to the first-team squad ahead of the coming campaign.
New president Laporta is known to be a smart and persuasive businessman, and it has been claimed he could be looking to get a few senior stars off the wage bill in order to free up funds, perhaps to help the club sign new players.
It has been said that Laporta and his board, after meetings with manager Ronald Koeman, are open to allowing Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho, French defender Samuel Umtiti and Bosnia international Miralem Pjanic to leave the Camp Nou in the next window.
Denmark striker Martin Braithwaite might also see his time at Barcelona come to an end ahead of the 2021/22 season, despite some impressive contributions under Koeman.
Reports in Spain suggest that Sergio Aguero is on the Blaugrana's transfer shortlist, with the 32-year-old Argentina international's contract with Manchester City expiring in June. Aguero's close relationship with Lionel Messi could benefit the team, with the striker having spent many years playing alongside the six-time Ballon d'Or winner on the international stage.
The City forward's current colleague Eric Garcia has also been tipped to join the LaLiga side, with his deal in England also running out at the end of the season. Garcia joined City from Barcelona's academy in 2017, and appears to be on his way back to Spain.
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum is still being discussed as a potential target, as is departing Bayern Munich defender David Alaba, although Barca face stiff competition for his signature from the likes of Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.