Barca entered the fray of number 10 for 0 dong

08 Th3 2022 | 10:57 | Football

 The strategy of the Catalunya Giants is to recruit names that are about to expire contracts with the host club.

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As is known, the financial crisis has left Barcelona in a state of disrepair. Since last summer’s transfer window, they have been forced to target 0-dong deals to strengthen their forces. In turn, Memphis Depay, Eric Garcia, Sergio Aguero (retired), and recently Dani Alves, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang arrived at Camp Nou for free.

Currently, the Catalunya giants still maintain that strategy, as they are trying to convince Andreas Christensen, Franck Kessie and Cesar Azpilicueta – names whose contracts with the host club expire next summer, to join the Blaugrana. Paulo Dybala is Barcelona’s latest target.


Juventus could give up on their hopes of signing forward Paulo Dybala - Bóng Đá

 Dybala’s contract with Juventus is about to expire.

The contract of the Argentine superstar has only 3 months left. ESPN quoted Calciomercato as saying that Juventus may give up on persuading Dybala to renew, because the two sides cannot reach a common voice. The old lady offered a lower salary than the old contract, and this was not approved by Dybala and his agent.

Barcelona therefore stepped in to entice Juventus’ No 10. In addition, Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan also want the services of the Argentine player. Dybala is maintaining an impressive form this season, having 12 goals and 6 assists in all competitions for the Old Lady.

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