September 22, 2021

Barcelona will need .4 21.4 million to sign the midfielder this summer.

Barcelona are currently focusing on removing players from the club in order to reduce their rising wage bill. However, the club are also aware that they will need to be strengthened to challenge the likes of Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid for the La Liga title.

The Catalan club has questioned Getafe midfielder Moro Arambri, with the aim of signing a season-long loan. Ronald Koeman wants to sign a deep false midfielder. After losing to Georgiano Vijnaldum in early summer. Plus, the manager doesn’t have Alex Moriba, who filled in last season. Because of his contract with the club.

According to the Spanish publication AS.Barcelona’s request for Arambri came directly from the club’s technical secretary, Ramon Plains, who signed the player with Getafe during his tenure. The player has also been linked with a move to Valencia, led by his former coach Jose Bordalis.

The Uruguayan midfielder remains a wanted man at Manchester United, and Atletico Madrid are also monitoring his situation at Getafe. The latter designated it as a possible replacement for Saul Nguyen, who was linked with a move to Barcelona in the early summer.

However, Getafe president Angel Torres has made it clear he has no plans to negotiate a deal this summer. The only way for any interested club to sign is to activate its million 25 million (.8 21.8m) release clause.

Barcelona are unlikely to raise 25 25million to sign Arsenal, with the club only looking at a possible loan deal at the moment. Catalan fans believe they will have to cut their first-team squad to give Arambri a chance to adjust.

Merlem Paganik has been linked to moving joints, But the deal is stalled due to the Italian club’s financial struggles.. He is also looking to move players to make room for the Bosnian midfielder, who could join Barcelona for Baramarli if he can sign a deal with Getafe.

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