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Spanish trio under consideration of Barcelona is ready to take offers 

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Barcelona is searching for methods to make money and do some business this month since they will be subject to the 1:4 rule when the summer transfer window opens because they are once again involved in Financial Fair Play concerns they are pulling to get the Spanish trio.

Even though Xavi has frequently stated that he doesn’t want to lose any players and will only permit a sale if replacements are brought in, player sales continue to be the greatest option for the Catalan giants to accomplish so.

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However, SPORT claims that Barcelona prioritizes signing Gavi and Ronald Araujo to new contracts and renewing Alejandro Balde’s deal. The Spanish trio of Ferran Torres, Eric Garcia, and Hector Bellerin is one of the players they would consider offers for this month.

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Garcia was the first of the three to join Barça and will return on a free transfer in the summer of 2021. The 22-year-old, though, has fluctuated in and out of the team, losing all of his importance in recent weeks.

The former Manchester City star is present, in fact, Camp Nou’s fifth-choice center back, trailing Jules Kounde, Ronald Araujo, Andreas Christensen, and even Marcos Alonso.

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The Blaugrana would be open to bids for him given his lack of playing time and the club’s financial condition, particularly considering interest from the Premier League.

In January of last year, Torres arrived in Catalonia, following in the footsteps of Garcia. Despite showing glimpses of his talent, the Spaniard has fallen short of expectations. Especially considering the significant investment Barcelona placed on him.

Barcelona would consider offers for the former Valencia star as well since he is not performing at the required levels.

Given that Bellerin’s contract expires at the conclusion of the season, his situation is a little different. The Spaniard, who joined the team last summer and signed a one-year contract. Was never the team’s top pick to bolster the right-back position. And Xavi’s limited usage of him has demonstrated that.

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