48 hours Left for Barcelona to sell unwanted players to Premier League clubs


Barcelona Ernesto Valverde‘s demands of a smaller set of players to work with in 2018/19, With a squad of 27 players

And while the Azulgrana are not in desperate need of the financial windfall from selling fringe players, there is a real desire to move on those who have had their day in Catalonia.

Spain’s transfer window lasts until the end of the month but the Premier League market will be key to many sales, and only runs until Thursday evening. Here, we provide an update on how Barcelona are going about in shifting their unwanted employees.

Yerry Mina

Everton and Manchester United are among those interested in the Colombian and Barcelona are sticking to their 40 million euro asking price. However, they may be forced to step that down to guarantee Mina leaves.

Andre Gomes

recent injury limits Gomes’ ability to move on in the coming days and weeks but West Ham are one side keen on a deal. With so many central midfielders at the club, the Blaugrana would likely be ready to accept a low offer as time progresses.

Andre Gomes

Ernesto Valverde’s decision to utilise Munir El Haddadi as his substitute striker leaves the door open for Alcacer. Southampton were linked to him earlier in the summer with his value considered to be high given his clinical nature.

Marlon Santos

Of the Premier League clubs admiring the centre-back, Southampton, Leicester and West Ham were the most interested.

Sergi Samper

It is difficult to see where the midfielder will spend the season ahead. After a number of loan spells and injuries, no English sides are seriously chasing his services with Barcelona disinterested in giving him a run in the first team.


Valverde has a decision to make with this player following his strong performances in pre-season. Arsenal were the most recent Premier League side touted for a move, last summer, and the Catalans aren’t likely to come down on one side or another anytime soon.

Jasper Cillessen

The Dutchman wants to move on for regular game time and has many offers to do just that, but none match Barcelona’s demands. The club don’t want to lose their back-up goalkeeper and yet are happy to accept a suitable bid, with a number of English sides monitoring the situation.


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