September 17, 2021

Barcelona are taking final steps to ensure a defense deal is reached this summer.

Barcelona are eager to see Samuel Eto’o’s back this summer and after several attempts to find him a new club, they have now threatened the defender if he does not engage with those interested. Will be done

The Catalan club needs to reduce their extra pay bill to register new signatures or add more. Accordingly, Barcelona have made several first-team stars available for transfer. Amity is one of the top candidates they want to advance. From Camp Nine this summer.

The French center-back has been deemed superfluous and has been asked to find a new home for the 2021-22 campaign. He did not join Ronald Koeman’s squad for the first game of the season, and even failed to play regularly during the pre-season.

Amity is open to leaving Barcelona this summer, but is keen to join a club around Europe that is challenging for the title. Has happened Interested by Lego 1 clubs Monaco and Nice, while Turkish clothing baskets. France wants to sign the international.

However, According to the sportThe former Lyon center-back has ruled out all avenues due to the size of the clubs and is trying to stay in Camp Nou until a better offer is made. But Barcelona’s patience is running out, and the club have now informed Amati that they will terminate his contract if the stalemate continues.

The La Liga giants have already gone out of their way once this season following the termination of the contract of D-Leader Matthews Fernandes, the defender has not made a single start for the club. He is being prosecuted by the Brazilian, who also became the first Barcelona player to fail to appear in front of a crowd since his arrival.

Barcelona is ready to go the legal route., As he believes that if FIFA looks into the matter, they can come to the top. Amity is sure to face suspension, as he will lose about ڈالر 16 million in wages with two years left on his current contract.

Samuel Amti
Barcelona are ready to offer Amity a new deal to curb interest from Manchester United and City.
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