Barcelona are reportedly hoping to raise €32m from the sales of Cristian Tello and Munir El Haddadi.
Marca and Mundo Deportivo agree Real Betis are in the driving seat for Tello, who has returned to Barca after Fiorentina opted against making his loan permanent for €8m.
However, there are conflicting reports over where negotiations are currently at.
Marca claims the Andalusians are close to agreeing a deal with the Blaugrana but remain “some distance apart” in personal terms.
MD, on the other hand, believes the winger is keen on joining Betis, but the club are only offering €6m as opposed to Barca’s demands of €12m.
The 25-year-old, who has not played for the Catalans in three years, has also been linked with Valencia and Zenit St Petersburg.
Los Che, meanwhile, do not appear to have activated their €12m option to keep Munir on a permanent basis as MD claims Zenit are also chasing him.
However, new boss Roberto Mancini is not said to be welcoming of the young attacker, who has a asking price of €20m.