It's been a strange season for Barcelona. A last-minute slip-up at Levante aside, the Catalans went almost their entire league campaign undefeated, and yet there is an unavoidable sense that two trophies isn't quite enough.
Partly, this is because of the club's intense rivalry with fellow Spanish juggernauts Real Madrid, whose recent run of Champions League victories has cast an inescapable shadow over the rest of La Liga. But it's also the humiliating nature of their quarter-final defeat to Roma, in which they surrendered a three-goal lead to limp out on away goals.
To compound things, Barca have also had to say goodbye to Japan-bound Andres Iniesta, one of the game's all-time great players, and a figure who has been central to their success over the last decade. Like the search for Alex Ferguson's successor, finding someone to step into the playmaker's shoes is a near-impossible task.
If there's good news for Barca fans - apart from the obvious fact that completing the Double is a feat about which most of their rivals can only dream - it's that their club have a track record for splashing the cash. Last year they spent more than €300 million filling the gap left by Neymar - and reports suggest they'll be reaching deep into their wallet once again this summer.