Barcelona have been granted permission by the Spanish FA. To sign a striker on an emergency deal due to the long-term injury to Ousmane Dembele.
The green light to sign another striker
Barcelona FC received the green light to sign another striker after an untimely injury to Ousmane Dembele. But there is only a 15-day window in which you can make a deal. The Blaugrana sought permission from the relevant authorities to strengthen their ranks. Luis Suarez has also been stuck in the fields recently. Leaving the Champions of the League few options in an essential area of the field. They still have six-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi and French intern Antoine Griezmann at their disposal. The rules in Spain, however, stipulate that reinforcements may be delivered outside the designated transshipment windows in the event of an emergency. So the Cules saw it’s confirmed that they were gluing the appropriate boxes.
six months without Dembele
Ousmane expelled for the remainder of the season after undergoing surgery on a hamster problem. Those at Camp Nou made it clear for some time that their plan. To get another body aboard — with teenage talent Ansu Fati, was the only alternative to Messi and Griezmann after Carles Perez and Abel Ruiz saw departures authorized during the winter window. Barcelona have freed up to activate its application for further firepower. But it will need to move quickly and not throw its networks too far from home. The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) dictates that players at this time can only be acquired if they are free agents or are tied to another La Liga club.
Must be signed only Domestic league players
Thus, those located in Catalonia will not be allowed to make purchases outside the domestic market if the money is spent. Any selling club will also be prevented from bringing reinforcements themselves, which could further hamper Barça’s efforts. If the deal is made for another frontman, he said that the addition will only be eligible for the La Liga competition and will not be available to Quique Setien in the Champions League. Several options were plastered for Barcelona, although many were also excluded. Among those who are still considered realistic targets are Angel Rodriguez from Getafe, Lucas Perez from Alaves, Levante striker Roger Marti and Leganes goal-scorer Martin Braithwaite.