5 Barcelona players with no chance of surviving Koeman clear out at Camp Nou next season

5 Barcelona players with no chance of surviving Koeman clear out at Camp Nou next season

Koeman's squad could change massively in the upcoming weeks and Tribuna.com name the likelist departures.

Luis Suarez
Ronald Koeman has left the Uruguayan out of the squad for Barcelona's friendlies against Nastic and Girona.

The 33-year-old is not in the head coach's plans for the future and the Dutchman is apparently trying to force him out of the club.

Will Suarez want to spend the 2020/21 season in the stand of Camp Nou? It's up to him to decide but his days at Barca appear to be numbered.

Arturo Vidal
Barcelona's sporting director Ramon Planes already bid farewell to the Chilean earlier this week.
Even though the midfielder's move to Inter Milan isn't official yet, he's expected to complete his transfer in the coming days.

Rafinha
After spending another season on loan, the 27-year-old looks set to leave the Catalans on a permanent basis in this transfer window.
Some reports have even suggested that Rafinha has 'zero chance' of staying at Camp Nou any longer.

Samuel Umtiti
Barca would definitely try to offload the €12m-per-year defender who has barely played over the last two season due to his never-ending injury woes.
Even if the 26-year-old doesn't want to leave Barca, he might be forced to 'consider alternatives', according to his agent Yannick Umtiti.

Moussa Wague
The right-back has reportedly failed to impress Koeman in training and Barca are said to be firm in their intentions to sell him.

Wague struggled for playing time on loan at Nice last season so you can't really expect him to challenge Nelson Semedo and Sergi Roberto for the starting XI spot.

The respective futures of Martin Braithwaite, Philippe Coutinho, Jean-Clair Todibo and Semedo remain in doubt but they certainly have more than 20% chance of staying at Camp Nou.

The likes of Ronald Araujo, Juan Miranda, Matheus Fernandes and Oriol Busquets are likely to be loaned out for the 2020/21 campaign. Follow us on Google newsTwitter and on Facebook
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