BARCELONA – European champion Barcelona says it has at least $65 million to spend in the offseason transfer market.
Javier Faus, Barcelona's vice president of finances, disclosed the figure but added that ''we don't rule out investing more.''
Faus said more funds could come from the sale of current squad members.
Spanish media reports have linked Barcelona to several big-name players, including Arsenal's Cesc Fabregas and Villarreal's Giuseppe Rossi.
Faus also said Barcelona had reduced its debt from 431 million Euros ($629.56 million) in 2009-10 to 364 million Euros ($531.69 dollars) this season.