Barcelona are set to change their long-standing transfer strategy, according to the club’s vice-president Jordi Cardonar.
Speaking to Mundo Deportivo in an exclusive interview, Cardonar explained that the Catalan giants plan to stop being the final destination for players. In future, they will be looking to sell players whose value increases through wearing a Barcelona shirt, and by that they mean players who do well for them.
This would truly be a big change for Barcelona, as they have been known as a club that only considers parting ways with players who fail to make the grade at the Camp Nou, while those that pass the test usually stay and go on to do great things in their shirt.
As explained by Cardonar, the La Liga champions will look to decrease their wage bill through keeping the fluctuation of players active, which is something they need to do following the signings of Frenkie de Jong and Antoine Griezmann.
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