Barca could swoop again
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
However, Rosell has revealed that any new arrival is likely to be reliant on one of the current squad leaving Camp Nou.
The Catalan giants have already secured the services of Dutch midfielder Edgar Davids on a six-month loan, but Rosell claims that the coaching staff are happy with the current crop of players available to them.
"It's a matter which is not closed, but nobody will come in unless somebody leaves," he stated.
"We currently have a squad that we like."
Rosell also defended the club's signing of Rustu Recber last summer following coach Frank Rijkaard's decision to relegate the Turkish international to third choice at Camp Nou.
He pointed out the fact Rustu had joined as a free agent made the gamble worthwhile, despite the goalkeeper's disappointing subsequent performance in Spain.
"Everything in life in relative. If Rustu had cost é¼36 million (£25 million) then you could say that it was a bad decision."