Barcelona Can Win All The Trophies Next Season If They Land These Three Targets
By London.News | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 6 views
Ronald Koeman is planning to form a dangerous squad which teams I'll be afraid of playing with across Europe. The Barcelona manager have had a disappointing season in the Champions League as the club was knocked out of the Champions League round of 16 by Paris Saint Germain.
Barcelona have shortlisted some of the big names which they want to sign next summer. The club have been linked up with Alaba, Wijnaldum and Haaland.
Alaba is expected to leave Bayern Munich at the end of the season, and he could be seen joining the Catalans on a free transfer. Wijnaldum, who is currently playing for Liverpool is rumoured to have refused to sign a new contract with the Reds and could be Barcelona next season.
Talks are also on going of signing the Norwegian forward, Haaland from Borrusia Dortund since the star is said to be keen of a new challenge.
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