Barcelona are looking to tie key players to new contracts after struggling for new additions during the summer transfer window. In addition to maintaining them for the long term, they are reluctant to protect their value and terminate their existing deals.
Sergei Roberto and Usman Dembele. The club’s current focus is on talks with representatives of both players. Despite constant talks, the two players have not yet signed new contracts, and are at various points in their negotiations.
Roberto’s new contract, According to the sportThe player is expected to have a formal status with the terms agreed upon in principle. He will sign a new contract by the summer of 2024, while also agreeing to pay cuts to help Barcelona emerge from the financial crisis.
The right-handed midfielder’s agent was recently at Barcelona’s training ground to try to resolve some issues with the contract, but he is not considered a contract breaker. Negotiations are being planned. And Roberto has no plans to leave Camp Nou. He is keen to secure his place under Cumen and is expected to visit Benfica on Wednesday.
Dembele, on the other hand, is not close to signing a new contract and is on hold due to a conditional reduction in the player’s salary by Barcelona. The club has been in talks with Forward representatives since the beginning of the summer, but no progress has been made.
France International will be out of contract in 2022 and will have the opportunity to move away on a free transfer, which would be a big blow for Barcelona. The Catalan club have paid more than £ 100 million for the wide-ranging striker and are hoping to offer him a new deal by 2024.
A separate report from Sport 1 in Germany. The Frenchman is hoping he can talk to clubs outside England when the winter transfer window opens in January. The likes of Manchester United and Manchester City have shown interest and will be able to offer more than Barcelona.
Dembele’s agents are also hoping that talks with other clubs will put pressure on Barcelona to make a more lucrative offer. The La Liga organization is not opposed to overpaying him, but will again insist that the payment has spread over three seasons, with the deal offered until 2025.