Barcelona boss Quique Setien is searching for options before signing players that will increase the club’s roster.

Quique Setien’s appointment as the Barcelona head coach has returned some positive vibes to the fanbase in addition to the dressing area, and there was more reason for optimism after the Catalans’ 1-0 win over Granada following an overall excellent performance from the group just days after a managerial change.

The Real Betis director is expected to be given a budget in the summer to replace some of his aging and obsolete players, while he will also seem to get rid. That said, there are as many as seven players whose advances will be tracked, El Desmarque has promised.

In the section that is defensive, Junior Firpo, Moussa Wague and Nelson Semedo would be the backs that are expected to be on the coach’s radar. As has Samuel Umtiti, who is going to leave the club, a long way has underperformers the three compared to their opponents.

Amongst the midfielders, Ivan Rakitic and Arturo Vidal are thinking to be pushing for exits in January but might wind up staying after Quique Setien’s appointment to determine things do. The supervisor will keep a close watch on the duo.

Ousmane Dembele is the forward who is the subject of the eagle-eyed monitoring of his manager. The Frenchman lifestyle has come under scrutiny often and then he may be offloaded to a different club through the summer when Setien doesn’t see a change in the attitude of Dembele over the months.

Barca have some breathing space after their hard-earned win against Granada due within the Copa del Rey clash to the trip to Ibiza. Next weekend they’ll visit the Mestalla, among the league’s most troublesome grounds in addition to a place under their new supervisor for the first time.