Learn about all the official deals for Barcelona in the summer transfer market 2022, who were contracted to support the “Blaugrana”, and those who left “Camp Nou
In 2021-22, Spanish club Barcelona went through one of its worst seasons ever, after exiting the Champions League from the group stage and moving to the European League before exiting the quarter-finals.
The team started the season poorly, but the situation improved a little with the arrival of Xavi Hernandez and succeeded in finishing the league in second place and ensuring participation in the Champions League next season, as well as the Spanish Super.
Despite the economic suffering in which Barcelona has been living recently, but the sale of part of the television rights, as well as the possibility of selling the club’s assets, opened the door to bring in a number of deals in the summer transfer market 2022
So, what are Barcelona’s deals in the summer transfer market 2022? Who are the people coming to Camp Nou, and who has left the Blaugrana? We review everything in this report.
What are Barcelona’s deals in the summer transfer market 2022?
Pablo Toure joined Barcelona from Racing, but he is registered with the reserve team “Barcelona Atletico”.
Barcelona completed the first two free-of-charge deals by signing Franck Kissier from Milan and Andreas Christensen from Chelsea after the contract expired.
Then Barcelona signed the Brazilian winger, Rafinha, from Leeds United, for 58 million euros.
The most prominent deal in the transfer market was the signing of Robert Lewandowski for 50 million euros, and finally Conde joined from Seville for 50 million euros, along with 12.5 million additions
|player||the team||the value|
|Pablo Torri||Racing Standard||5 million euros|
|Ravinia||Leeds United||58 million euros|
|Robert Lewandowski||Bayern Munich||45 million euros|
|Jules Conde||Seville||50 million euros|
The players who left Barcelona in the summer transfer market 2022
Barcelona officially announced the departure of Philippe Coutinho to Aston Villa, and the end of loaning Adama Traore and Luke de Jong, and Dani Alves left after the expiration of his contract.
It is expected to leave Frenkie de Jong in light of the Manchester United administration’s adherence to his inclusion, in addition to the departure of names such as Samuel Umtiti, Miralem Pjanic and others