Barcelona were busy in the January transfer window, signing Kevin-Prince Boateng, Jean-Clair Todibo and Jeison Murillo.
The first thing the Catalan side did in the transfer window was bring in Colombian defender Murillo from Valencia on a loan deal and they tied that deal down in mid-December, seeing him arrive before the winter break to begin training with his new team-mates.
His arrival was quickly followed by an exit as Paulinho’s permanent move to Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande was confirmed, giving Barca a transfer fee of no less than €42m.
Munir El Haddadi was then sold to Sevilla after citing a desire to gain regular first team football, before Denis Suarez joined Premier League side Arsenal in a loan move this week.
Exits done then meant arrivals could continue and Barca quickly advanced talks with French side Toulouse over the signing of Jean-Clair Todibo.
Originally the move was agreed for the summer, but a deadline day dash saw the youngster arrive and sign this month.
The signing of Boateng shocked many but seemed to delight Barca fans, who were keen to see a back up arrive for Luis Suarez.
And, finally, Frenkie De Jong’s deal to Barca from Ajax, which will take place this coming summer – was finalized.