Barcelona is reportedly open to allowing forward Ousmane Dembele to leave the club on loan in the summer.
According to the Daily Mail, the Spanish club is ready to let go of the winger on a temporary basis in a bid to lower their wage bill as the club suffers financial distress due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Their decision to let him go on a temporary deal is because, with the pandemic affecting most clubs in Europe, no one would be willing to pay anywhere near the €105m fee that the Blaugrana would have wanted for the right-winger.
Reports in Spain also suggest that Juventus are interested in the France international but add that Manchester United and Arsenal are both monitoring the situation.
Dembele joined Barcelona three years ago from Borussia Dortmund, but injuries have hampered his growth at the club.