Barcelona wishes to sell players, and sign 2-3 more players before the transfer window closes

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    Barcelona have had an eventful summer so far, signing five new players and re-signing Ousmane Dembele just days after his contract expired.

    But then, problems arose due to player registration issues, as Jules Kounde was not registered yet. With just over a week left until the transfer market closes, the Catalan is scrambling to get his finances in order and enroll Kounde.

    At the same time, their summer transfer plans appear to be underway. In fact, according to Gerard Romero, Barcelona are planning to let go of 4-5 players, but hope to sign two or three more players before the window closes.

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    Departure is now Blaugrana’s priority as they handle Kounde’s registration. Memphis Depay looks like the next contender at the Camp Nou, with a move to Juventus on the horizon.

    In addition to the Dutchman, less popular players such as Martin Braithwaite, Sergino Dest and Samuel Umtiti will have to join, the latter of whom has already completed his loan move from Serie A to Lecce.

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is another player who could leave Barcelona in the coming days and could move to Chelsea in talks with the veteran striker.

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    In terms of arrivals, Bernardo Silva remains at the top of the Catalan giants’ wish list, but Manchester City are reluctant to hear an offer for the Portuguese international in the late transfer window.

    A new right-back and left-back are also on the agenda at the Camp Nou, with Javi Galan, Marcos Alonso, Juan Foyth, Hector Bellerin and Thomas Meunier all joining sporting director Mateu Alemany. It is being scrutinized by and the club’s management.

    It remains to be seen whether Barcelona will be able to finalize their desired transfer deal next week and sign in players.

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