- Ousmane Dembele, Nelson Semedo and Yerry Mina could be on their way out of Barcelona this summer
- Argentina international Lionel Messi is said to have told Barcelona to allow them to leave the club
- Messi is said to be livid with how Barcelona lost their unbeaten run this season against Levante
Barcelona star Lionel Messi has reportedly told the club's chiefs to allow three players to leave the club this summer as a result of their shocking defeat against Levante on Sunday night.
Although Barcelona have won the La Liga title, but the Catalan giants wanted to finish the 2017/18 season unbeaten.
But they have failed to achieve that record after losing 5-4 against Levante in their La Liga match day 37 clash.
According to the report by Don Balon and reported by Daily Star UK, Lionel Messi is livid with the defeat and has told the club to allow Ousmane Dembele, Nelson Semedo and Yerry Mina to leave the club this summer.
The trio are all relatively new signings, with Dembele and Semedo arriving in the summer whilst Colombian Mina joined in January 2018.
French winger Dembele became the second-most expensive player of all time at the time he joined Ernesto Valverde’s side but has been linked with a move away.
Liverpool have been linked with the former Borussia Dortmund ace, but Barcelona would want to recoup what they paid for the 20-year-old.
Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Barcelona superstar Ousmane Dembele reportedly asked Premier League giants Arsenal to sign him at the end of the ongoing season in Europe.
Last summer, the Frenchman made a mega million move to Barcelona from German club Borussia Dortmund, but he has failed to impress this season.
However, despite costing the La Liga heavyweights over £100m, Dembele has had an injury-ravaged spell at the Nou Camp.
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