Barcelona are ready to get the big names on ground at Camp Nou but their present financial situation is seriously challenging their various plans.
The club have struggled to compete in the transfer market as a result of insufficient fund resulting to a weak squad and lack of motivation.
The club are keen to augment their spending power by selling off a further 15% of their TV rights for the next 25 years, after striking a deal for the first 10% with Sixth Street. Mundo Deportivo say that it should bring in €400m.
The economic lever is set fall in the near future. According to the Catalan paper, about €200m is destined to be spent on reinforcements.
Barcelona have been linked with Bernardo Silva, Raphinha, Jules Kounde and Robert Lewandowski, as well as Chelsea defenders Marcos Alonso.
From the real sense, the money set aside for signing players may not get the quality players the club desired to acquire as a result will reduce their negotiation power in a highly competitive transfer market.