Beyond Rafinha, Barcelona have a number of issues to solve when it comes to players who don't have a role to play under Ernesto Valverde next season.
The objective is to solve each matter by obtaining the most money possible, with some operations easier to do than others.
Munir El Haddadi and Gerard Deulofeu are the clearest cases: both have a great reputation and the chance to sign big deals with the various clubs interested in them. Barça won't stand in their way, although they hope to make decent money by selling them.
The opposite is true with Douglas, whose future is more complicated after he returned from Benfica with one more year on his Camp Nou deal.
Arda Turan and Marlon Santos are more simple issues. Both players are out on loan deals which run until the end of next season, so there's no need for anything to change in theory.
Sergi Samper, meanwhile, returned early from a loan move to Las Palmas with a serious injury and has been recovering at Barça's training ground. The priority is for him to regain his fitness and a decision will be taken from there. The most probable scenario is he takes part in preseason while his future is resolved, like last season.
The midfielder would love to stay and play at Barça, but Valverde will have the final say.