September 20, 2021

Barcelona could finalize a defender transfer deal this week, with fresh offers on the table.

Barcelona could finalize a deal for Samuel Eto’o in the coming days after three clubs expressed interest in signing the defender. The Catalan club have made it clear they want to cut their first-team squad this summer, as they want to reduce their extra pay bill.

Numerous top stars have been made available for transfer, but offers are not being made due to the current financial environment, which has affected several clubs in Europe. With the exception of Amti, everyone like Neto, Martin Braithwaite, Philippe Coutinho and Miralim Pejnik are ready to catch up.

France International have two years left on their current contract, and Barcelona President Juan Laporta has confirmed it. That it is more than necessary.. The La Liga club offered to end his deal and move him on a free transfer, but he was unwilling to leave two years’ wages on the table to go away.

Amiti wants to join a club in the UEFA Champions League, but due to his injury record and lack of form, no top club is likely to take a risk on center-back. According to the Spanish publication Sport.Barcelona have now received offers from three clubs to borrow the defender with the option of making him permanent next summer.

The Besiktas from Turkey are said to have offered the Frenchman a loan, while he is also willing to pay a large part of his wages. There have also been offers from clubs in Amati’s hometown, particularly Manaco and Nice, who are thought to have made initial inquiries about the player.

The 2018 World Cup winner is reluctant to leave Barcelona, ​​but the club have made it clear to the player that he is not part of Ronald Koeman’s plans for the new season. If he doesn’t find a new home, he can find himself for most of the year, unless the club faces a back injury crisis.

Ronald Koeman.
Ronald Koeman returned to the club that helped him win the European Cup in 1992.
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