With just a couple of days left before the summer transfer window close, Barcelona still have a lot of work to do, selling or loaning of their fringe players and bring in reliable and good legs.
The Brazilian is believed to have demanded a move away from the Camp Nou as he searches for regular first team football. Several sources have claimed that the player could join AC Milan, with a move to the San Siro close to being confirmed.
Douglas has almost never featured for Barca since joining the club from Sao Paolo in 2014. Barca are keen to ensure that he doesn’t have the chance to add to his eight appearances by moving him on before Thursday’s deadline.
The Portuguese has flattered to deceive at the Camp Nou since his move from Valencia last summer and Barca are keen to recoup as much as possible of their original outlay before the window closes.
The forward spent last season on loan with Valencia but has since returned to his parent club. Munir, who came through Barca’s academy, does not feature in the Catalans’ plans for the coming season and is free to leave the club.
The Turk seemed to be closer than ever to a return to his homeland with Galatasaray before his agent denied the rumours. His continued presence at the Camp Nou comes in spite of the club’s efforts to move him on.
Marlon is another player who doesn’t feature in Ernesto Valverde’s thoughts for the coming season, with Barca officials keen to move him on as they look to streamline their squad.