Barcelona have reportedly earmarked Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany and Juventus star Paul Pogba as their main summer targets as they look to take advantage of potential Uefa finnancial fair play sanctions.
The Premier League side - and Paris Saint Germain - are facing fines in the region of £50m, restrictions on the size of their Champions League squad and a wage limit for breaching Uefa's FFP rules.
According to Catalan newspaper Mundo Deportivo are ready to take advantage of this situation to secure the services of Kompany.
After Barcelona sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta was spotted last weekend with Celta Vigo manage Luis Enrique reports in Spain claim that the former Barcelona player will be Gerardo Martino's replacement next season.
And Mundo Deportivo claim that Enrique has asked Barcelona officials to make a huge overhaul this summer, with Kompany and Pogba leading his wish-list.
The Catalan club are desperately looking for a Carles Puyol replacement, as the Barcelona legend has already confirmed he will leave the Camp Nou at the end of the season.
They have been linked with Chelsea's David Luiz and Liverpool's Daniel Agger but Mundo Deportivo claims that Enrique's first choice is Kompany.
The centre-back have already been linked to Barcelona in recent years and the reports suggest Uefa's actions against City will help the Catalans to complete the deal.
However, it looks unlikely City will be willing to negotiate for the Belgian international, especially considering Manuel Pellegrini's weakness in the back-line this season.
Meanwhile, the Catalans are also hopeful of bolstering their midfield with former Manchester United starlet Pogba, who has also been linked with Real Madrid and PSG.