Back in March, shortly after Joan Laporta returned to the post of Barcelona president, it became known that the “blue garnet” will carry out a staff restructuring in the summer. Everyone can lose their place in a Catalan club: functionaries, coaches, and football players. There are players at Barcelona who are considered untouchable. But there is also a whole group of players whose future at the Camp Nou remains vague. Let’s pay attention to them now. Next, let’s take a closer look at who can leave the Catalan club in a few months.
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Initially, it was not clear why Barcelona signed Neto, having Inaki Pena at the academy. The Brazilian went to the Catalan club in order to impose the fight on Marco-Andre Ter Stegen and win trophies. As a result, the footballer did not achieve any of his goals. The goalkeeper can only include the King’s Cup as an asset, but he also won it with Valencia. With a high degree of probability, we can say that Neto will leave Barcelona in the summer. It will be better for everyone. In winter, Arsenal was interested in the footballer. In London, the goalkeeper question remains open, as the contract with Bernd Leno is not renewed. Neto has already performed in Italy and Spain, so he may well try himself in England.
This season is not very successful for Roberto. For many months, the football player is plagued by health problems, which, as a result, translates into unconvincing performances. Serginho Dest appears to be the first choice of head coach Ronald Koeman as a right-back, so the future of the Barcelona graduate remains uncertain. In addition, he has only 1 year left under the contract. According to rumors, Laporta intends to sell the Spaniard so as not to lose him in a year for free. The functionary wants to carry out a generational change at the club, and 29-year-old Roberto is not part of his long-term plans. Surely, the parties will still hold negotiations and settle everything among themselves, but it is quite possible that the player will have to change his club registration.
The Bosnian spends only the first season in the camp of “blue garnet”, but he is already sent home. The deal, in which Barcelona traded Pjanic for Arthur, initially seemed very strange. In fact, it turned out to be so. For the entire La Liga season, Blaugranas’ central midfielder has only 603 minutes on the field and not a single effective action. There are hardly any people willing to buy out Pjanic, so the Catalans will most likely try to include the Bosnian in one of the transfer deals. But even this will be difficult to pull off. Clubs are already wary of football players over 30 years old, and then there’s also a disastrous season. Rumor has it that the “blue-garnet” want to exchange Pjanic for Jorginho, but so far these are only rumors, moreover, not very plausible.