Striker who plays for Spain’s Barcelona, coached by Xavi Hernández.
Having won La Liga in 2022/23, fans of the Spanish club are hoping that they can bring victory next season. balsa Back to the glorious days of the past decade. Xavi And his team was able to bring to the field a spirit and a way of playing that allowed the team to compete on equal terms with multiple champions Real Madrid.
However, this transfer window brought some important changes to Barcelona’s squad, some for the better and some not so much.finance condition It was chaoticthe negative effects of the club’s previous administration continue to be felt and the board must strive to work within spending limits without investing heavily in the market.
In the ball market, the Catalans made a great deal for the midfielder. GundoganHe left Manchester City after winning the UEFA Champions League. pep guardiola. The player joined on a free basis when his contract expired, and he joined with the promise that he would become one of Xavi’s main weapons.
on the other hand, DembeleHaving moved to PSG, he will miss a large part of the team’s attack. balsawhich was a huge success in French. lewandowski Prior to last season Rafinha with Ansu Fati, can compensate for the absence of French. The Brazilian striker has had his ups and downs at Barcelona, but could play a leading role in the Catalan team once again following Dembele’s departure. However, there is a positive side to this, as the money will be used to strengthen weaker areas of the squad, such as right-back, a position Xavi has been unhappy with for some time.defender martinezWhile players such as Kessie, Busquets and Jordi Alba are leaving Catalonia, De de Rodo, who signed a free agent after leaving Athletic Bilbao, joins as a promising defensive player.
What are the chances of the title?
The team will start the season as the reigning La Liga champions, but the challenges are expected to be immense.arrival of bellingham to real madrid The quality of the team has improved carlo ancelotti, has everything to challenge Xavi for the “domination” of Spain. On the other hand, La Liga as a whole has weakened financially, with few major contract players and many star players transferring to other countries. This should make it even easier for the two giants to compete for the title.