Barcelona are looking to alter their transfer strategy to prevent them feeling the financial impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced upon clubs. The Catalan club does not have the best track record recently with them spending over a billion pounds on players who haven’t hit the mark.

That does include last summer’s buys for Antoine Griezmann, Frenkie De Jong, Neto, Junior Firpo, and others but it’s far too early to judge them. However, this list also includes Andre Gomes, Paco Alcacer, Malcom, Arthur, Philippe Coutinho, Ousmane Dembele, and even Arda Turan, who have been the furthest thing from successful at the Camp Nou. But in the process, it saw the club spend boatloads of money and that is all set to change going forward.

ESPN has reported that the La Liga giants are going to be scouring the market for players that are out of contract in the summer or ones that have less than a year left on their current deals

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