Barcelona won't make a huge amount from the sale of Ousmane Dembele. The €50m (£43m/$54m) that Paris Saint-Germain will pay for him isn't a lot these days. But for a club that was so broke that it could not afford to register the players it handed out contract extensions to, it's a goldmine. By their standards, Barca are suddenly flush with cash.
And what to do with their newfound riches? They have, by now, registered all of their new contracts. They don't necessarily have exactly €50m (£43m/$54m) in the bank — bits of the fee might go elsewhere — but there should be some cash on hand here.
There are clear areas in which they could spend it, too. Depth on either wing was a concern even before Dembele left, so now they will certainly need another attacking player. Right-back has also been a long-standing priority, especially with Jules Kounde openly disliking the position and little in the way of back-up for the France international. There is also perhaps a need for another midfielder, with a convincing replacement for Sergio Busquets yet to arrive.
So, Barca find themselves with a mini warchest, and plenty of options as to how to spend it. GOAL takes a look at some of their top targets...