Sunday, May 29, 2022

Barcelona want to keep Ousmane Dembele; contract talks to begin soon

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Ousmane Dembele had been linked to Manchester United extensively, and things escalated quickly on deadline day during the summer transfer window of 2020. However, United were unable to fund a permanent transfer for the player who ended up staying at Barcelona. 

The newly re-elected Barcelona president, Joan Laporta is set to talk to the French winger right after the situation surrounding Lionel Messi is sorted out. This, of course, will require a draw-up of the long term project in place at Barcelona. For the time being, though, Dembele still has time on his contract and there are still a few months till the end of the season. 

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The player himself wanted to renew his contract, and the situation now is complicated. The club is expected to adopt a rather extremist attitude towards the player’s future at the club in the sense that they will either extend his contract or sell him while a move for the player will still get them money. But all that said, they do ideally want to keep him. 


Should they be unable to agree on a new deal with the player, Juventus, Manchester United and Liverpool are rumoured to be willing to try and sign him. 

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Arsh Das
Arsh Das
A music enthusiast, also passionate about football and bringing you the latest in the sporting world every day.


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