Barcelona still hope to bring in another €150 million in player sales this summer as they continue to seek exits for Philippe Coutinho, Malcom and Rafinha Alcantara, sources at the club have told ESPN FC.
The Spanish champions set a target of making more than €250m in sales in April, as revealed by ESPN FC, to help balance the club's accounts and fund moves for the likes of Frenkie de Jong and Antoine Griezmann. So far, they have received over €80m for Jasper Cillessen, Andre Gomes, Denis Suarez, Marc Cucurella, Marc Cardona and Sergi Palencia.
There has not yet been a single concrete offer for Coutinho, Malcom or Rafinha but Barca remain optimistic that bids will arrive.
Coutinho moved to Camp Nou for a fee which could rise to €160m but Barca are prepared to sell him for around €105m. Several teams have shown an interest through intermediaries but there have still been no bids.
One option Barcelona are contemplating is including him in a deal to bring Neymar back to the club from Paris Saint-Germain. Failing that, they hope a Premier League club will come in for him, although the transfer window in England closes on Aug. 8.
Malcom has hardly featured under coach Ernesto Valverde but still has plenty of suitors around Europe. Barcelona paid €40m to sign him from Bordeaux a year ago and are looking to sell for a similar amount. A source close to the player told ESPN FC there is "not yet a firm proposal [from any club] but things could move on once Barca return from Japan at the weekend."
Everton, who have a good relationship with Barcelona after signing Yerry Mina, Lucas Digne and Andre Gomes during the last 12 months, are one of the clubs who have asked about Malcom, while Arsenal and Napoli have also been linked with him.
Meanwhile, Rafinha has an agreement in place with Valencia but Los Che have not yet matched his €15m pricetag. Sources said that Fiorentina are also interested in the midfielder, who is out of contract in 2020 and whose father, Mazinho, played for the Italian club.
In terms of exits, there remains an internal debate about Rakitic. The Croatian has played an important role under Valverde but, at 31, some at the club feel it may be the right moment to cash in on him.
Umtiti has been linked to Manchester United but has benefitted from Barca missing out on Matthijs de Ligt, after the defender joined Juventus. There are currently only four centre-backs in the Barcelona first team, including unproven youngster Jean-Clair Todibo, but sources said the club would listen to any offers for Umtiti as they still have doubts about his left knee.
As for Vidal, Barcelona are delighted with his input since he joined but would think about letting him leave if a big offer came in. There's interest from China and Inter Milan but, as with the players previously mentioned, there have been no offers