Barcelona manager Xavi reportedly wants to form a front three of Raphinha, Ansu Fati and Robert Lewandowski next season.
Barcelona manager Xavi has reportedly identified Leeds United winger Raphinha and Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski as priority transfer targets.
Although the Catalan giants have closed the gap on Real Madrid since Xavi's arrival in the dugout, speculation persists that further widespread changes will be made to the squad.
At a time when up to nine players could all depart Camp Nou, the likes of Raphinha and Lewandowski have been consistently linked with a switch to the La Liga side.
According to reports in Spain, Xavi wants to form a front three of Raphinha, Ansu Fati and Lewandowski when Barcelona get their next campaign underway.
Their pursuit of Raphinha could depend on whether Leeds are relegated from the Premier League, the Brazilian's release clause far lower than if the Yorkshire side retain their top-flight status.
Nevertheless, funds could be generated from the sales of Clement Lenglet and Memphis Depay, while Barcelona have already managed to part ways with Philippe Coutinho.
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