The buildup to the summer transfer window has now begun, with rumours and speculation continuing to swirl as Barcelona eye possible reinforcements.
The Spanish champions spent big on Antoine Griezmann during the summer but missed out on a big-name striker in January, leading to speculation that they could splash the cash again when the window reopens.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest transfer news from the Camp Nou.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
Barcelona continue to lower Philippe Coutinho asking price?
Barcelona allegedly continue to lower their asking price for Philippe Coutinho as they become increasingly desperate to part ways with the playmaker this month. Read more.
Inter Milan chief confirms Barcelona interest in Lautaro Martinez
Inter Milan CEO Giusepe Marotta confirms Barcelona's interest in Lautaro Martinez but remains hopeful that the Argentine will remain in Italy beyond the summer. Read more.
Manchester United target Ansu Fati close to penning new Barcelona deal?
Ansu Fati is reportedly close to penning a new long-term contract at Barcelona, effectively ending Manchester United's interest in the winger. Read more.
Lionel Messi 'will keep exit clause in new Barcelona deal'
Talks between Barcelona and Lionel Messi over a new contract are 'progressing well', according to a report. Read more.
Liverpool, Chelsea considering move for Bayern Munich's David Alaba?
Liverpool and Chelsea are reportedly contemplating whether to involve themselves in the race to sign Bayern Munich defender David Alaba. Read more.