FC Barcelona's 2011/12 transfer window has come to an end, with four players brought in for first team duties and seven who left the club. The only big news for the Catalans on the day was Aliaksandr Hleb leaving to join Wolfsburg on loan.
However, the transfer window's highlights were the acquisitions of Cesc Fábregas and Alexis Sánchez by the Blaugrana. But are they enough to make a run for back-to-back Champions League wins? It appears so.
Before the transfer window started, Barça seemed to need reinforcements in the midfield and in the forward line, but in the end, they got two players for positions that seemingly weren't as important.
The Alexis and Cesc transfer sagas bored us all to death, but are they the players Barça ultimately needed to make another run for it in Europe?
Why were the players that left considered unnecessary?
These questions and more will be answered in this Barcelona transfer window review.