Barcelona will not be dipping into the January transfer market, according to reports in Marca this weekend.
The La Liga leaders have been linked with moves during next month's transfer window, as they aim to strengthen in the second half of the season.
However, according to Marca, the defending champions are confident they have enough resources to achieve the objectives in 2020, despite the growing domestic threat of Real Madrid.
The Catalan giants paid out over €200M in the summer on the signings of Frenkie De Jong and Antoine Griezmann, from Ajax and Atletico Madrid respectively.
However there are likely to be some exits form the club in the next few weeks, with midfield pair Carles Alena and Arturo Vidal both rumoured to be on the way out of the Camp Nou.
Vidal's future is still being decided, whereas Alena has reportedly been in talks for a loan move to Real Betis, with centre back Jean-Clair Todibo also linked with a move away.
The club are however expected to spend in the summer transfer window, with cover at full back and centre back a priority, as well as a long term replacement for striker Luis Suarez.