The Catalan side have already landed Dani Alves on a free transfer and are aiming to complete two more signings in January, but limited funds mean loan deals with views to permanent moves are likely to be their modus operandi.
Just what Alemany is up to has been discussed at length by the Spanish media. It was Cadena SER who revealed his trip to Manchester, and initially, it was expected to involve long-term target Raheem Sterling.
Sources have confirmed to 90min that Sterling is very keen on joining Barcelona in January, having grown frustrated with his limited minutes under Pep Guardiola, while the Blaugrana are known admirers of the winger.
While Sterling’s name will likely have been mentioned, Gerard Romero claims that it was actually Torres who was the subject of Alemany’s visit to the City offices.
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