Former AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie can leave Barcelona this summer for free if the Spanish side cannot register him in time, a report claims.
As has been reported by ESPN, the La Liga team could fail to register their new signings due to their financial situation and the rules in place in Spain.
Barcelona are set to play against Rayo Vallecano in their first league game of the season on Saturday and it is now reported that if Kessie and Andreas Christensen are not registered before that game, they can exercise a clause in their contracts.
That clause means that they can move to a new club for free despite only signing for Barcelona during this summer transfer window.
Barcelona have not been able to register Robert Lewandowski, Jules Kounde, Sergi Roberto or Ousmane Dembele but their situations are different as they either already play for Barcelona or were signed for a transfer fee.
Kessie and Christensen signed on free transfers from Milan and Chelsea respectively.