Barcelona could yet make further signings before the end of the summer transfer window, according to club president Josep Bartomeu.
Five players — Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Claudio Bravo, Ivan Rakitic, Luis Suarez and Jeremy Mathieu — have already arrived at Camp Nou for a combined cost of around 156 million euros.
And Bartomeu has now revealed that new boss Luis Enrique may well add several more new faces to his squad before the Sept. 1 deadline.
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He told reporters: "The transfer window isn't over yet — it ends in a month's time. I think we still have some things left to do this summer."
Reports in Spain suggested that Camp Nou sporting director Zubizarreta and coach Luis Enrique will be meeting Friday to finalize transfer plans, with young Paris Saint-Germain center back Marquinhos seen as the first-choice option.
Barca is desperate to do as much business as possible this summer with a potential 14-month transfer ban looming for breaking rules involving the international transfers of players younger than 18.
The club was initially banned from buying any players for that period starting from April, but FIFA agreed to put that suspension on hold after the Blaugrana lodged an appeal.