Barcelona’s 4 transfer market ‘untouchables’ revealed

A fresh insight into the summer plans of the powers that be at La Liga giants Barcelona has been provided late this evening.

The info comes courtesy of the reliable Catalunya Ràdio, who point towards a quartet of players as having been labelled ‘untouchable’ on the transfer market.

The subject of potential outgoings, of course, has taken its place front and centre in the media chatter surrounding Barcelona over the course of recent days.

This comes amid mounting reports that the Blaugrana brass are ready to part with a number of high-profile performers this summer, in a bid to raise funds for reinforcements.

The likes of Frenkie de Jong, Raphinha, Jules Koundé and Andreas Christensen have all been tipped for exits with a view to next season.

And, if the aforementioned Cat Ràdio’s latest update is anything to go by, any of the club’s first-team stars could seemingly be landed, for the right price.

That is, all except four…

The only ‘non-transferable’ players in Barcelona, it is claimed, are Pedri, Gavi, Lamine Yamal, and Ronald Araújo.

This means that, should an offer deemed sufficient be forthcoming for the likes of İlkay Gündoğan, Robert Lewandowski, or even Marc-André ter Stegen, it will be taken into serious consideration.

Conor Laird | GSFN

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