Barcelona have started the season where they left off in 2014-15, and their three straight victories in La Liga show the Catalans have not lost any of the hunger, commitment and desire that saw them complete a historical treble in Luis Enrique's first year in charge.
However, the Blaugrana board clearly understands that, regardless of the success and impressive performances of late, the need to reinforce is imperative if Barcelona are serious about prolonging their supremacy in European football.
The club have already secured the services of Arda Turan and Aleix Vidal, although neither player will be available for selection until January due to Barca's ongoing transfer ban which impedes them from registering any new players until the start of 2016.
READ the full "Paul Pogba appears to be Barcelona's No. 1 target but should he be?" column by Francesc Tomas for ESPN here.
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