After the storm comes the calm. Barcelona took a turn after the elimination of the Spanish Super Cup by losing to Atlético de Madrid in the penalty shootout with the announcement of Caroline Graham-Hansen’s renewal until 2023. The 25-year-old Norwegian is one of the star players of the Barca squad and her contract extension was a priority for the entity’s sports management.

Chosen as the best Norwegian soccer player of 2020, the all-female player has played 39 official matches with Barcelona in which she has scored 16 goals. His record with the culé club consists of a League, a Spanish Super Cup, and a Catalunya Cup. In the current course, he adds 6 goals and 9 assists in 12 games. Seven Barça footballers end their contract on June 30, 2021, and therefore could be negotiating their future now.

They are Sandra Panos, Melanie Serrano, Ana María Crnogorcevic, Andrea Sánchez Falcón, Kheira Hamraoui, Patri Guijarro, and Carla Armengol. Except for the French midfielder, who was close to leaving last summer – she renewed after the signing of Damaris Egurrola was frustrated – and the doubt of Carla Armengol, on loan this season at Sevilla, it seems that the rest of the players did. would fit in the project of future culé. Guaranteed future they still have a season ahead of them – their contract expires in 2022 – thirteen Catalans, that is, the bulk of the squad.

Gemma Font, Mapi Le0n, Marta Torrejon, Leila Ouahabi, Laia Codina, Vicky Losada, Mariona Caldentey, Alexia Putellas, Aitana Bonmati, Jenni Hermoso, Asisat Oshoala, Lieke Martens, and Candela Andújar.The longest contracts of the current squad expire in 2023 and seven Barça players are in this casuistry: Cata Coll, Andrea Pereira, Jana Fernandez, Bruna Vilamala, Gio Queiroz, Claudia Pina, and the aforementioned Caroline Graham-Hansen