Barca set sights on four stars?

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As they look to bolster their squad, FC Barcelona have reportedly identified four transfer targets, including Manchester United's Paul Pogba, to chase in the upcoming windows.

According to Corriere dello Sport, Barca's vice-president Eduard Romeu has stated that the club will be in a financial position to once again make some signings following their recent economic troubles, which saw them fail to retain their all-time leading goalscorer Lionel Messi. 

Scroll through the gallery above to see the four stars Barca are said to be targeting

"The company is returning to the market for next season. I don't see excessive problems in obtaining resources," Romeu said. 

Reports in Spain now suggest that the Catalan side is looking at signing four particular stars, including Norwegian sensation Erling Haaland, RB Leipzig's Dani Olmo, and Pogba. 

The France star's future has been the subject of a lot of speculation of late, and his agent Mino Raiola has done little in the way of ending talk around his client.

It was recently reported that he met with Barca president Joan Laporta to discuss the availability of the Frenchman, who is out of contract at Old Trafford at the end of the current campaign. 

Haaland, meanwhile, is believed to be one of Laporta's "obsessions", and it is said that the LaLiga club could activate his reported €75 million (R1.3 billion) to €90 million (R1.5 billion) release clause next season.  

As for Olmo, talks between the Spain international and Barca are understood to have already taken place, with the attacking midfielder reportedly agreeing to a return to his boyhood club, but nothing official has been finalised. 

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Furthermore, Spanish publication Sport recently suggested that the LaLiga giants are also monitoring England and Manchester City star Raheem Sterling, who has seemingly fallen down manager Pep Guardiola's pecking order at the Etihad. 

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