Two New Barca Signings Confirmed by Barca President
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The Blaugrana's dramatic turnaround in results since Xavi Hernandez's arrival late last year appears to have won Laporta's board's support.
Barcelona appear poised to continue backing Xavi's ideas heading into the 2022/23 season, having brought in a number of players in the January transfer window who have been effective since their arrivals.
Xavi has reportedly put six names on his transfer want list:
President Laporta stated in a recent interview that two more deals had been reached ahead of the upcoming window, but did not identify who the players were.
We've signed two players for the upcoming season: one is a midfielder, and the other is a centre-back "RAC1 was informed by him.
"However, I am not permitted to mention their names.
The players Laporta was referring to, according to transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano, are AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie and Chelsea centre-back Andreas Christensen.
Their contracts at their respective clubs expire in June, therefore both are set to join the LaLiga heavyweights as free agents later this year.
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[email protected] 30.03.2022 07:06 AM
If it were our beloved Kaizer Chiefs, the knuckleheads would be making a racket right now.
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