The team's plan to add depth to their squad will necessarily include some exits. Some of them may be expected, but others could be a bit shocking.

With Financial Fair Play rules breathing down their neck on both La Liga and UEFA competitions, it will take more than a smile to see Barcelona adding new players. With that in mind, the team's hierarchy has been plotting their next moves for the summer, and their transfer plans have been revealed in Spanish media outlet As.

According to the Spanish newspaper, the Catalan side has established a limit of players that will be let go to fund their potential new deals. Those players have fallen down Xavi's pecking order or are seen as good moves to increase the team's capability to negotiate, and Joan Laporta's team have hand-picked these footballers to help their intentions.

The first and most famous name on this list is that of Ansu Fati. The heir to Lionel Messi's No. 10 has been hit hard by injuries, and while most of the team's execs frown upon a potential sale, Fati has the skills and market to make that possible. If he leaves, he would add quite a few bills to the team's funds, and agent Jorge Mendes could be key to secure a good deal for all parties involved.

The next name on the list is Ferrán Torres. The winger has not been a massive hit at Camp Nou and his high wages could represent a problem to find a suitor for his services, but Barcelona will try to negotiate him if the right offer comes along. Torres has played 34 games for the Blaugrana side this season, but only fourteen of those as a starter, which make him a prime candidate to leave the Camp Nou this summer.

The third footballer set to leave Barcelona is none other than Eric García. The Spaniard joined the Catalan club on a free transfer from Manchester City, but has failed to make an impact within the team. Furthermore, he has only played 21 games this season, 14 of those as part of the starting lineup, and his exit could become mandatory if Els Culers confirm the signing of Iñigo Martínez, who has reportedly reached a verbal agreement with the Catalan side.

Last, but not least, the final name on the list published by As is Pablo Torre. The youngster has also failed to make an impact on the first team, earning almost no playing time and being left to watch games in the stands for most of the season. In this case, Torre's exit from the club could come if a loan deal is reached, but Sergio Busquets' decision about an exit could also give Torre a second chance to shine under Xavi.

So, there you have it. Los Blaugranas seem ready to make way for reinforcements ahead of next season, but only time will tell if they get the proper funding to make them happen. Either way, they have already identified those who could leave the club, and we can't say we are surprised by any of those names mentioned above.