Goalkeeper: Marc-Andre ter Stegen. Although Barcelona has experienced many ups and downs, the German star is still considered the number 1 choice of this club’s wooden frame.
Left-back: Jordi Alba. The experience and ability to support the good attack of the old Spaniard continued to become an important factor in Barca’s success under Xavi.
Midfielder: Andreas Christensen. Many reputable sources confirm that the Chelsea star has reached an agreement to move to Camp Nou as a free player.
Midfielder: Ronald Araujo. Araujo’s rapid progress in recent times has helped him take the main kick in Barca’s defense. However, the Catalan team is quite concerned about the future of the Uruguayan star when the contract between the two sides only has one season left.
Right-back: Cesar Azpilicueta. Spanish media believe that Azpilicueta will be the second free contract Barca get from Chelsea.
Central Midfielder: Frenkie de Jong. The £75m signing has returned to form under Xavi and has consistently delivered impressive performances.
Central Midfielder: Franck Kessie. Barca showed cleverness on the transfer market when convincing one more star to come to Camp Nou on a free transfer. Fabrizio Romano revealed that Kessie has completed his medical with Barca and is just waiting for the season to end to join the club.
Central Midfielder: Pedri. The intelligence and great passing skills from the 19-year-old player are likened to the nucleus of Barca’s midfield.
Right striker: Raphinha. In the context of Ousmane Dembele’s future is unclear, Barca has planned to approach the Leeds United striker – a star who also possesses the same ability to create mutations as the French striker.
Striker: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The decision to join Barca was a wise choice for the Gabon star, because since arriving here, he has revived strongly and became the club’s top goalscorer in the second half of the season.
Left striker: Ferran Torres. The £50 million contract is gradually adapting to the style of play at Barca.