Check Out Barcelona’s Potential 2022/23 Starting XI If They Manage To Sign Their Transfer Targets

Barcelona can close the gap on their rivals and start challenging for trophies again if they secure the signings of their transfer targets and line up in this 4-3-3 formation discussed below.

In goal, Marc Andre ter-Stegen is expected to be Xavi’s number one keeper going into next season. The German is seen as a vital player at Barça where he’s been at for 8 years since joining from Borussia Monchengladbach.

Then in a four-man defense, we have Marcos Alonso as left fullback, Andreas Christensen and Ronald Araujo as centre halves while Cesar Azpilicueta takes the right back spot.

Christensen has officially left Chelsea, with agreement on personal terms already reached with Barça. Alonso and Azpilicueta remain two feasible new arrivals this summer, although Chelsea will need to find replacements for both players before sanctioning their sales.

With Frenkie de Jong edging closer to joining Manchester United, Franck Kessie is expected to make the defensive midfield his own, although Sergio Busquets can still rival him for the position.

Pedri and Gavi, though still very much young, are two players to watch out for next season. Gavi recently signed a new contract which will see him stay at Barça as a first team starter for the foreseeable future while Pedri has already established himself as one of the number one names in Xavi’s starting XI.

For the front three, there’s a chance we could see new players installed as Barcelona’s right winger, left winger and striker.

Raheem Sterling is open to a move away from Man City where he has one year left on his contract. Barça once held an interest in the England international and might still go for him if they can generate the needed funds.

Raphinha reportedly wants to join Barça, and unless the Catalans do not meet Leeds United’s valuation of the Brazilian, it’s possible he will move to Spain this summer.

Robert Lewandowski has reached verbal agreement with the Blaugrana over a 3-year deal, with the two parties waiting for Bayern to accept the bid that’s been submitted for the striker.

With this line up, Barcelona can dominate not just La Liga but Europe as well. Get it done, Laporta!

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