Barcelona reportedly view signing Ilaix Moriba to a new contract as more important than bringing Liverpool's Georginio Wijnaldum to the club this summer.
Moriba has made the breakthrough into the club's first team during the 2020-21 campaign, featuring in eight appearances in all competitions, providing three assists and one goal.
Barca continue to be linked with Wijnaldum, who could be a free agent at the end of June, but according to Mundo Deportivo, Ronald Koeman's side are prioritising a new deal for Moriba over a move for the Netherlands international.
The report claims that the teenager is viewed as a key part of the club's future and is likely to be handed an important role in the squad next season if he pens a new contract.
Moriba, who has scored once and provided three assists in five La Liga appearances this season, is also thought to be a target for Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.