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Opinion: Ferran Torres and the other deals that might happen at Barca this January transfer window

The January transfer window is expected to be a boon for Barcelona and their new coach Xavi Hernandez, and early signs are showing that.

 The Catalans are currently relegated from the top four of the Spanish La Liga, beating arch-rivals Real Madrid by 14 points or more.

 Former star Xavi Hernandez came to stabilize the ship, but things did not go as planned for the former Spanish midfielder.

 Xavi has already stated that a number of deals need to be made in January if Barcelona are to remain top of La Liga at the end of the season.

 Here are some suggestions on how to look or get an appointment for antique items.

 1) Ferran Torres

 The Manchester City star is Barcelona's top target and it looks like the Catalans are interested.

 According to various reports, the blogging and financial crisis has not stopped them from reaching an agreement with City over the sale of Torres.

 Barcelona are expected to officially sign Torres after the January transfer window opens, with Barcelona set to sign Torres following a 55 55 million deal.

 2) Osmane Dembele.

 The French winger's current contract is less than seven months away and has already been linked with a move to a free agent and a summer break.

 According to reports, FC Barcelona have agreed a five-year contract extension with striker Osman and the star could announce his move in January.

 3) Clement Linglet.

 Defendant Clement Linglet, who has stated he does not want to leave Barcelona, ​​has been linked with a move away from the club.

 However, the 26-year-old has a contract with Camp Nou until the summer of 2026 but the Catalans want to raise money for his winter contract.

 Lenglet's release could be finalized in January, with a number of clubs across Europe interested in the Frenchman.

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