According to a new report to have been published, it would seem that there could be a huge fire sale taking place at one of the world’s biggest clubs.

As we know, FC Barcelona have been suffering from a catastrophic financial situation and have been dealing with a huge amount of debt. Nonetheless, that does not seem to have stopped them from purchasing or being linked with new signings, though.

Perhaps they will be visiting during the summer to try and help ease their financial situation? However, it does appear that there will be a number of names on Xavi’s chopping block.

According to a report by ESPN, no fewer than 10 players are thought to have been listed as available, with some of them perhaps going to be a little harder to shift than others.

It has been claimed that the likes of Martin Braithwaite, Luuk de Jong, Oscar Mingueza and Francisco Trincao are all thought to be deemed surplus to requirements by Xavi, with each of them likely going to find it difficult to get another huge move as things stand.

However, the other six players to have been mentioned in the report could potentially attract interest from the Premier League.

Samuel Umtiti and Clement Lenglet are both thought to have been made available which The Express believes could be suitable targets for Arsenal as Mikel Arteta needs to improve his defence.

Miralem Pjanic and Memphis Depay are other targets that have been made available that the Gunners could also look to potentially consider, too.

Manchester United are one side that could look to test FC Barcelona’s situation as they are keen to reunite Frenkie de Jong with Erik ten Hag. The manager has already allegedly told the midfielder that the team would be rebuilt around him if he were to arrive at Old Trafford in the summer.

The final player that could be on Xavi’s list of players to sell is Riqui Puig. He is thought to be potentially of interest to Leeds United, although a lot of the interest stems from the time that Marcelo Bielsa was in charge of the Whites. Whether Jesse Marsch is also a fan remains to be seen.

Nonetheless, there seems as though there will be a lot of change at the Nou Camp, but whether FC Barcelona can convince clubs to try and purchase their players could be something that they struggle to achieve.