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FC Barcelona Reportedly interested in sigining three Premier League Players in January

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Fc Barcelona are planning a move for three Premier League players in January as the La Liga gaint look for a way to solve attacking shortage.

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Barcelona are waiting for the winter window to refresh their attacking squad. This is coming after Sergio Aguero was ruled out for three months.

Kun Aguero is currently sufferring from chest pains and dizziness which he sustained during Barcelona Laliga last game against Alaves, and the Argentine is set to undergo ‘cardiovascular evaluation’.

According to Sport, it has been reported that Barcelona have now placed three Premier League players on their transfer list.

Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette and Manchester United Edinson Cavani are the two big names on Barcelona list, both players are currently in the final year of their contract at their respective clubs.

Lacazette has made two starts for Arsenal this season, each came during the Gunners last 2 League games against Aston Villa and Leicester City.

Edinson Cavani has also be featured in United last game, scoring one goal in Manchester United 3-0 win over Tottenham last weekend, although the forward spend most time on the sidelines.

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Manchester City Raheem Sterling, is the third name on Barcelona list as reported by Sport.

The Englishman spoke on his dream to play abroad of recent, after seating out of favour in Pep Guardiola City’s squad.

However, with Barcelona current financial status, Sterling deal might be impossible as for now, with the City forward having two-and-half years left on his contract.

Barcelon are expected to annouced Xavi as their permanet manager in the coming weeks following the sacking of Ronald Koeman.

The Laliga Gaint have also been linked with a move for Red Bull Salzburg wonderkid Karim Adeyemi

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