Barcelona: According to reports, Juventus has reached a deal in principle with one of Xavi’s favorite clubs.
Xavi Hernandez might be a huge loser at the conclusion of the season, with Juventus apparently agreeing in principle to sign a Barcelona star for free in the summer. Barcelona is attempting to overcome its identity issue in order to reclaim prestige and success at Camp Nou. It won’t be simple, and Xavi Hernandez is unlikely to succeed immediately, but they appear to be on the right track.
Despite the fact that the club is mired in a catastrophic financial crisis, Barca have managed to entice Ferran Torres, who left Premier League champions Manchester City to try and help the La Liga giants get back on track. While the Cules try to add to their roster for next season, they are also in danger of losing a key player in July. Juventus are supposedly close to securing a Barca star for nothing, just like they are seeking to snare a Chelsea veteran who is nearing the end of his contract.
According to reports, Juventus and a Barcelona star have reached an agreement in principle for a summer transfer
According to Sport, the Old Lady are in the lead in the hunt to sign Ousmane Dembele for the coming season. The contract of the French winger with Barcelona expires in the summer, and he is refusing to sign a new one. While Dembele and his agent Moussa Sissoko have struck an agreement in principle with Juve, the Spanish site believes that the player is also awaiting an offer from PSG, who have reportedly expressed interest.
As his contract talks with Barcelona languished, Dembele has been linked with a number of European giants, with Manchester United and Newcastle frequently cited as prospective destinations for the 24-year-old. Dembele, on the other hand, would not be interested in joining the Magpies.
It remains to be seen whether he joins the Serie A club, as Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United could yet make a move for him. But, unless something unexpected happens, it appears that his time in Barcelona will come to an end in six months.