None of these guys made the list.
Barcelona have one of the most star-studded lineups in the game. From the likes of Lionel Messi to David Villa, the club are a picture of professional footballers at their best that know how to get the job done.
However, the club would never be as great as it is today without those players. But what about those that have little to no impact on the club's match to match performance?
Despite their great form and continued use of more than just their best players the club still have those that are not part of the regular contributing sides and it could be in their career's best interest to make a move in January.
Hear me out about Carles Puyol. He is a legend for Barcelona but he has been far from a full-time part of the team for the better part of the last season.
His injury issues continue to plague the later stages of his career, and although the hearts and minds would miss him if he left, the football being played would be little affected by his departure.
Pep Guardiola made room to work Isaac Cuenca into the first team last season as he groomed him for a more permanent role at the club.
However, he has not yet set foot on the pitch for Tito Vilanova and looks far from being utilized in the coming months.
Barcelona's signing of Alexis Sánchez last summer looked a great move and he seemed a good addition throughout last season.
However, this year he has not looked himself and could be lining up for a swift January exit at the rate his form has been plummeting.
Ibrahim Afellay has been sent out on loan to Schalke 04 this season, but honestly would the club really miss him if he didn't come back? Probably not.
Barcelona's young Jonathan Dos Santos also looks a player that would not be missed if he moved on. With 20-year-old Sergi Roberto stealing all of the young player spotlight in the Barcelona midfield at the moment the 22-year-old could be moved on with little repercussions if any to the club.