Barca boss hints at further signings

2014-08-18 10:34
Luis Enrique. Photograph: Getty Images.
Luis Enrique. Photograph: Getty Images.

Cape Town - New Barcelona boss Luis Enrique is interested in bringing in more new faces ahead of the opening round of La Liga fixtures this weekend.

According to Marca, Enrique is not completely happy with the makeup of his Barca squad and will look to bring in more new faces.

"I haven't ruled out further signings" said Enrique.

"I haven't ruled out further signings.

"Neither has the club. Not now and not in the future.

"We're always open to strengthening and improving the squad" said the Barcelona coach as he looks to regain top position in Spain and Europe.

Barcelona have been extremely active in the transfer window ahead of the new La Liga season where they have signed Luis Suarez (Liverpool), Claudio Bravo (Sociedad), Ivan Rakitic (Seville), Jeremy Mathieu (Valencia) and Thomas Vermaelen (Arsenal).

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