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If Franck Kessié and Andreas Christensen appear to be heading in direction of Barca, each freed from any contract in June, the Blaugranas haven’t completed with their switch window. The poor efficiency of Clément Lenglet, the absence of Samuel Umtiti and the superior age of Dani Alves (38) and Jordi Alba (33) push the need of the leaders to strengthen the defensive sector. For this, two names come again with authority on the Catalan aspect, we be taught Mundo Deportivo.
Two Spaniards from Chelsea within the crosshairs
The primary is that of César Azpilicueta. The previous Marseille, who will probably be out of contract in 2023, desires to affix Barça. He’s additionally the precedence of the Catalan board which sees in him an fascinating participant for his versatility (he can play central and aspect defender) and his management. Nonetheless, the operation doesn’t look so easy: the truth that the Spanish worldwide remains to be linked to the Blues by a contract and the scenario at Chelsea might complicate the switch. The London membership are dealing with turmoil following the departure of Roman Abramovich and the difficulty of dealing with switch circumstances stays unclear. Though he desires to depart England to affix Spain, Azpilicueta is not going to drive his departure, as an excellent captain, whereas Barça say they’re able to pay a switch price.
The second participant focused by FC Barcelona is Marcos Alonso. Like Azpilicueta, the left-back has a contract till 2023 and needs to affix Catalonia. The membership had already labored on a doable arrival of the piston of the Blues in January 2021 however the failure of the sale of Junior Firpo had blocked the operation. With the Dominican aspect as we speak in Leeds, the lights appear to be inexperienced for Alonso, topic to an settlement with Chelsea.
Educated at Actual Madrid, Alonso hopes to comply with within the footsteps of his father who performed 124 video games for the Blaugranas from 1982 to 1987.
Following the signing of Andreas Christensen from FC Barcelona, the membership is concentrating on two different Chelsea defenders, César Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso. The Spaniards wish to be part of the Spanish group which should agree with the board of the Blues.