Sadistic! Some of these players were banned from participating in Barcelona’s pre-season training, why?


Most of the talk about Barcelona this summer has been about which players they will sign.

But you know, now there are still many players who are on the selling list but there are no fans or they have not sold.

Previously Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez confirmed in his post-match press conference for the 2021/2022 season, that several players had been told they could leave the club.

But with the pre-season schedule getting closer to July 4, 2022, the fact is that there has been little movement of players leaving Barcelona.

List of Players For Sale Barcelona’s Riqui Puig (left) fights for the ball with Getafe’s Djene Dakonam during the La Liga soccer match at Coliseum Alfonso Perez Stadium, Getafe, Spain, 15 May 2022. The match ended in a 0-0 draw. ( )

Names such as Oscar Mingueza, Riqui Puig, Samuel Umtiti and Martin Braithwaite are believed to be players who entered Barcelona ‘s list this summer.

According to Mundo Deportivo , Xavi and the club have informed the players that they do not need to attend the team’s pre-season training sessions.

Samuel Umtiti and his friends will most likely not be brought by the team that will go on tour to the United States in June.

Chase away
The attitude above is the same as Barcelona has expelled the names of players who want to be sold but have not sold at this time.

The case above is reminiscent of what happened with Philippe Coutinho. The player was adrift on the team until he finally found a new club.

It’s not easy to sell players, especially names like Samuel Umtiti who still have such a high salary value.

Players Out of Barcelona Until Now
Philippe Coutinho (Aston Villa, sale)
Luuk de Jong (Sevilla, end of loan)
Adama Traore (Wolves, end of loan)

Players Enter Barcelona Until Now
Pablo Torre (Racing Santander, purchase)
Francisco Trincao (Wolves, end of loan)
Antoine Griezmann (Atletico Madrid, end of loan)
Miralem Pjanic (Besiktas, end of loan)
Alex Collado (Granada, end of loan)
Inaki Pena (Galatasaray, end of loan)
Rey Manaj (Spezia, end of loan)