Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has refused to rule out a bid for Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba.
Pogba has been strongly linked with Barcelona move this summer following his stunning performance in the World Cup with France in Russia.
The France international has fallen out of favour last season and was criticised by manager Jose Mourinho in public.
Barcelona have managed to land players like Arthur Melo, Clement Lenglet, Malcom and Arturo Vidal. But they still have until August 31 to sign new players.
Speaking after their 2-1 Spanish Super Cup win over Sevilla on Sunday night, Barcelona president Bartomeu has refused to rule out a raid.
“I won’t speak of any names, we have respect for all clubs and there are 20 days left,” Bartomeu replied when quizzed about Pogba.
“We’ll see which players come out. We’re focused on the league, so it’s best to ask [Eric] Abidal, [Ramon] Planes or Pep Segura about players. There’s still time to do business.”
Meanwhile, Pogba, who was given the captaincy against Leicester on Friday, has revealed that he is happy to be at Old Trafford.
“I have always loved the club,” Pogba said after United’s 2-1 win over Leicester City.
“I have played for the Academy, I have played for the first team and it was a dream come true.”
“And now it is even more of a dream come true, wearing this armband, because of the past: the players who have played here and those who have been wearing this.”