Barcelona are reportedly prepared to the sanction the exits of six first-team players this summer.
Barcelona are reportedly prepared to sanction the exits of six first-team players during this summer's transfer window in order to raise funds for possible incomings.
The Spanish champions are expected to be active in the upcoming window despite the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak, which has been felt across the world of football.
The club continue to be linked with Inter Milan's Lautaro Martinez, although it appears that they are struggling to come to an agreement with the Argentine's Italian side.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Barca are prepared to offload Arturo Vidal, Nelson Semedo, Jean-Clair Todibo, Rafinha, Junior Firpo and Moussa Wague ahead of the 2020-21 campaign.
Vidal, Semedo and Firpo have all been involved in the club's first team this season, but Todibo, Rafinha and Wague are all currently on loan at Schalke 04, Celta Vigo and Nice respectively.
Barca vice-president Jordi Cardoner recently admitted that the Catalan giants will be looking to swap rather than buy players during this summer's transfer window.