According to a report by Javi Miguel, Barcelona have their investment plan ready for the following few transfer windows.
There will not be many additions during the next summer, with the club focusing on the additions of Martin Zubimendi, a right-back, plus the return of Ez Abde and Nico Gonzalez from loan.
They are expected to go big in the summer of 2024, hoping to sign a top forward. It will be a very big signing.
Right now, it seems difficult to come up with any potential names that the club could sign, but it will not be farfetched to assume that it will likely be a centre-forward.
Robert Lewandowski has the responsibility of leading the line right now, but the Polish forward will turn 36 by August 2024. And while he has shown no signs of slowing down, Barça might be tempted to invest in another player for their long-term plans.
In the past, they have been linked strongly with Erling Haaland, who ended up leaving for Manchester City this summer. Kylian Mbappe could be an option, but it seems unlikely that Barça will beat Real Madrid to his signing.
Barcelona are also reportedly trying to sign Youssoufa Moukoko on a free transfer in the summer. Chelsea are currently leading the race for the teenager, though, hoping to incorporate him in January itself.
Either way, with Lewandowski up and firing, coupled with the return of Ansu Fati from injury and Ousmane Dembele and Raphinha’s form, it seems unlikely that they will invest in another forward anytime soon