Recent Transfer news is creating different views on how club managers will manage two good players who are playing the same spot. This case might occur to Xavi next season as he is said to be targeting Robert Lewandowski and Mohamed Salah. The Barcelona team has improved recently evidenced by their recent El Clasico win.
Fabrizio Romano quoted Barca president Laporta who said, "I can't say if we're in talks for Lewandowski and Salah or not - or into the club, they'll tell me that I'm creating problems in the negotiations". This might be a hint that some talks are ongoing and we might see at least one of them joining the La Liga Ace.
Lewandowski's arrival at Barca will create stiff position competition between him and Aubameyang. The Ex-Arsenal star has been recording good performance since joining Xavi boys and was thought to have cemented the center-forward position, that the Bundesliga giant plays, at least for the coming season. Should the two stars join Barca, Adama Traore will join Aubameyang to fight for starting XI positions due to the good performance the incoming stars can produce evident by being the top scorers of their respective leagues.
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