Revealed: Barca want 3 players out to finance January spend
21/10/2017, 13:55
Barcelona want to ditch three players in order to buy in January, according to the latest reports from Spain.
 
Sport write that Coach Ernesto Valverde wants Arda Turan, Paco Alcacer and Rafinha out. The idea is that the Blaugrana want to finance a January campaign, and need reinforcements in both midfield and attack.
 
Rafinha is particularly liked by Arsenal, Liverpool and Juventus, among others.
 
Valverde recently hinted that the Cules would be signing some players in January.
 
Alcacer has really struggled to fit in this season, and there is interest in him coming from Spain. He has scored six goals in thirteen games with the national team.
 
Turan, for his part, is considered surplus to requirements, and seems to have been for a long time, being a shadow of the player he was back at Atletico Madrid and Galatasaray.
 
Rafinha’s camp recently denied that they had been in talks with anyone, with his injury playing a role in that.
 
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