Since the beginning of the season, Ousmane Dembele’s situation has dominated the headlines. His contract could not be renewed since he failed to negotiate a new deal within Barcelona’s terms. In 2016, Barcelona paid Borussia Dortmund €140 million to acquire him. Since being sidelined by injury, he hasn’t lived up to his astronomically high transfer fee.
According to @tjuanmarti, Barcelona will have spent at least €179 million on Dembele. Every goal he scores is worth €5.7 million, every minute he spends on the field is worth €23,000, and each game is worth €1.4 million. Barcelona, on the other side, is sick of him; despite being one of the highest-paid players in the squad, he makes little or no contribution to the team.
Adama Traore’s signing, on the other hand, sends a strong message to Ousmane Dembele since he possesses Dembele’s abilities: he’s a good dribbler and a one-on-one player.
Aubameyang, on the other hand, was the last player to join the Catalan giant in this transfer window. After signing the Gabonese striker from Arsenal, Xavi is happy with his performance.
Finally, all of these new arrivals demonstrate that Barcelona has capable attacking players capable of competing in the Spanish Liga, Copa Del Ray, and Europa League, and Xavi must determine whether Dembele should be benched.