Barcelona have said they are in a position to pursue their interest in Philippe Coutinho in January after having bids for the Liverpool playmaker rejected in the summer.
In a long-running transfer saga, Barca did not give up their pursuit of the Brazil international until deadline day, when sources disclosed that they claimed to have been asked for €200 million.
Liverpool turned down three Barcelona offers but denied asking for €200m and said Coutinho was never for sale.
However, Mundo Deportivo reported on Wednesday that Coutinho has an agreement with Liverpool that will allow him to leave Anfield in the winter window.
“We are [financially] prepared to sign Coutinho or any other player in January,” Barca CEO Oscar Grau said at a news conference on Wednesday.
“What we want is to have the most competitive squad possible. We will look at [signing players], even if there aren’t any sales.
“The club will remain sustainable, we don’t want losses and we have to continue to look for ways to generate income.”