Barcelona rumors: Kessie, Gundogan and Dest newest
The January window is approaching
Kessie wished by Premier League golf equipment
The January switch window is approaching which suggests the rumor mill is slowing entering into gear, notably now home soccer is on maintain as a result of World Cup.
Franck Kessie is one participant who shouldn’t be going to the World Cup and who might as a substitute be heading to the Premier League as a substitute.
Diario Sport have been studying one thing known as ‘Futbol Total’ and reckon Aston Villa and Fulham each need the Barcelona midfielder.
Unai Emery is keen to pay €14 million for Kessie however Fulham will blow Villa out of the water by providing €22m for a participant who arrived at Barca on a free only a few months in the past.
Gundogan rumors return
Over at Mundo Deportivo there’s phrase, but once more, that Barcelona wish to carry Ilkay Gundogan to the Camp Nou in January.
The Catalans actually need Bernardo Silva however know such a transfer could be unimaginable in January so will accept his Man City team-mate as a substitute.
Gundogan is out of contract in 2023 and but to increase which can assist, whereas the midfielder can be mentioned to “like Barcelona a lot.”
The 32-year-old additionally shares the identical agent as Andreas Christensen who joined Barca in the summertime on a free switch from Chelsea.
Barca don’t need Dest again
One participant who isn’t wished at Barcelona is Sergino Dest. The USMNT star is on mortgage at AC Milan and struggling to make an affect in Serie A too.
Dest has solely made two begins for the Rossoneri and can now head off to the World Cup with the Stars and Stripes.
Barca have already determined they don’t need Dest again, based on Sport, and can absolutely be hoping AC Milan take up his €20m buy choice subsequent summer season.
Barca will ‘only’ signal a right-back in January
Right-back stays a problem at Barcelona although, however the membership do plan to herald a brand new defender within the January window.
Sport reckon that monetary constraints imply that right-back is the one place the membership will strengthen this winter.
Juan Foyth, Benjamin Pavard, Diogo Dalot, Wilfried Singo and Jeremie Frimong are all defenders the membership have thought of.