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4 important Barcelona players whose contract expire in 2022

Arjun Singh Devgan
Pedri and Ansu Fati are considered as the next big stars for Barcelona
Pedri and Ansu Fati are considered as the next big stars for Barcelona / LLUIS GENE/Getty Images
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Spanish giants, Barcelona are currently going through a rough patch with the club struggling to reassert their identity both in LaLiga and Champions League, with the Catalan giants also losing their greatest ever player, Lionel Messi in the summer due to immense debt.

Despite their troubles, Barcelona still have a number of top players in their ranks, though they have to act soon considering that a few of them are coming to an end of their contracts. Here, we take a look at four players whose deals expire in the summer of 2022.

1. Pedri

Pedri
SL Benfica v FC Barcelona: Group E - UEFA Champions League / David Ramos/Getty Images

Widely hailed as the next great midfielder to emerge fromBarcelona, Pedri enjoyed a breakout 2020/21 season as he starred for the Catalan giants, establishing himself as one of the best young talents in the world.

The 18-year-old impressed for Spain in the Euro 2020 Championship, with the hopes of both club and country resting on his shoulders.

2. Ansu Fati

Ansu Fati
Club Atletico de Madrid v FC Barcelona - La Liga Santander / Denis Doyle/Getty Images

One of the most exciting youngsters in the world, Ansu Fati has already displayed his talent for the Nou Camp outfit - which led many to call him the successor to Lionel Messi.

The Spaniard who recently returned from a long-term injury is another player who Barcelona should keep hold off at all costs.

3. Ousmane Dembele

Ousmane Dembele
FC Barcelona v Juventus - Joan Gamper Trophy / Quality Sport Images/Getty Images

Despite all his talent, Ousmane Dembele has failed to fulfill his potential at the Nou Camp, with the Frenchman struggling due to injury and off-field issues.

The 24-year-old has managed to make just 118 appearances in four seasons and it will be interesting to see whether they decide to offer him a new contract.

4. Sergi Roberto

Sergi Roberto
Club Atletico de Madrid v FC Barcelona - La Liga Santander / Denis Doyle/Getty Images

Sergi Roberto has unfortunately not got his due, considering that he has been a reliable performer for the club ever since making his first-team debut for them at the age of 18.

The Spaniard was named one of the four captains of the squad at the start of the season, which goes to show just how important he is, with it being likely that he will be offered a new contract.

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