BarcelonaBarça’s transfer market is conditioned by two parallel realities. On the one hand, the sports planning that Jordi Cruyff and Mateu Alemany had been imagining for months. And on the other hand, and most importantly, the club’s ability to carry out these movements, conditioned by the economic situation. As a result, no signings have been made official in mid-June, although Andreas Christensen and Franck Kessié, among others, have already been signed. ‘Araujo and Sergi Roberto. Phones are smoking, and the office is working against the clock, with two fronts open: getting money to close positive accounts and widening the salary cap to strengthen and have a staff of guarantees.