With FC Barcelona's new manager said to have identified his main transfer target for the January window, the Spanish giants are now reportedly negotiating a deal for an international striker.
According to Sport, the Catalan club is in talks with Valencia striker Rodrigo, and want to sign him on loan in this window.
Luis Suarez has been ruled out for three months with a knee injury, and new boss Quique Setien is keen to reinforce his attack in the Uruguayan's absence.
It has been claimed that, because the Blaugrana do not have the funds to fork out cash for an expensive forward, they are instead looking to bring a player in on loan with an option to buy.
Rodrigo, a Spain international, is believed to have given Barca the green light over such a move, and the LaLiga leaders are reportedly willing to include a player in the deal.
The 28-year-old is not the club's only option, but it has been suggested that he might be the most realistic target for now, especially given his desire to join the Spanish champions.
Barca have previously been linked with Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Red Bull Leipzig's Timo Werner, among others.
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