ᑕ❶ᑐ Discover Barça’s new recruitment target from the Premier League!

FC Barcelona is a Premier League player, who is one of the revelations of the English champion in different eras. His arrival combined with a lack in the effect of the Spanish champion to the title.

xavi and Barça leaders are already thinking about what comes next. Despite winning the league title, the annual season and a promising start to the season, the Catalan club will never rest on their laurels. In financial difficulty, the catalog team aims to strengthen its effectiveness soon.

The two backs later are visible, just like the environment of the field, do not feature a number 6 and relay. Now, FC Barcelona is also thinking of a player for the left winger position.

Barça wants to recruit in Brighton

According to information from World Sports, Kaoru Mitoma has attracted the attention of Barça. The Japanese player from Brighton, who had an excellent season – 41 matches, 10 goals, 8 passing decisions – and who started the new season – 3 goals and 4 passing decisions in 11 appearances -, will allow the Spanish club to fill a lack in the left winger position where, since this summer, the team coached by Xavi has no specialist player. The owner of Brighton, the new FCB club, is responsible for this situation.

However, it is easy to carry the 26-year-old, who has a contract date of 2025 and a value of 50 million euros. This could be a bit too much for Barça, who could be overtaken by other European clubs.

Another possibility in the championship

FC Barcelona could then turn to another player, probably cheaper because he is free at the end of the season: Nico Williams. According to Sheets, the Catalan club also concludes a contract with the second or third part of Athletic Bilbao, for a contract in the following seasons. The young 21-year-old Spanish international – 10 caps –, trained in Bilbao, has had a good start to the year with his club – 4 assists in 6 appearances.

FC Barcelona will be present in January 2024 to announce the agreement with Nico Williams.