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Barcelona's transfer plans for next summer could be helped along, with offers from seval investment funds to help buy them a superstar.
Despite those problems reports have claimed that the club have enough money to sign players in January, with Raheem Sterling a target to improve the front line.
Looking further ahead from that though, the Catalan giants have been linked with a move for Erling Haaland next summer, as have most of Europe's elite clubs.
The Borussia Dortmund striker is available for a reported £68 million at the end of the season, due to his release clause, making him an extremely attractive prospect.
According to SPORT, Barca have received offers from several investment funds to help with the transfer fee to allow them sign Haaland in the summer.
One huge problem for the club would be the Norwegian's contract, with competition set to be extremely fierce and it could go down to who can pay the most.
According to previous reports, the forward's agent Mino Raiola has asked for around £800,000-a-week in order to sign the former Red Bull Salzburg striker.
That kind of money is likely to rule Barcelona out of the running, considering the club's salary cap that they've been restricted to this season.
The other part of any deal for the 21-year-old is the crazy bonus that Raiola was apparently requesting in the summer from Chelsea, and it's unlikely to go down.
The 'superagent' was asking for £34 million for his part in the deal, if it were the same next summer then it would push the deal towards the £100 million mark, and that's without the incredible wages.
As well as Barca, Real Madrid and PSG have both been heavily linked with the striker, the latter if the former sign Kylian Mbappe from them.
Haaland, according to Marca, doesn't want to play second fiddle to anyone when he moves on from Dortmund, which means that Real's pursuit of Mbappe could rule them out.
Neymar and Messi would still be at PSG as well, which could also mean the Ligue 1 end up out of the equation, Barcelona on the other hand don't have too many huge stars right now and Haaland could instead lead an impressive line up of young talent.
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