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Fans demand Barcelona to renew Araújo over secretly signing Rüdiger

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We know FC Barcelona and Xavi’s love for players who are going out of contract soon, so, recently it has been reported that the Catalans are also making secret progress with Chelsea’s Antonio Rüdiger after signing both Christensen and Azpilicueta on free transfers next summer.

On the other hand, the renewals of both Gavi & Araújo are still on the table and haven’t been completed still while both have been positive on renewals. However, the demands of the Uruguayan professional have been the point of concern for Mateu Alemany and his team to bear.

So, the renewals of Ronald Araújo are still very concerning meanwhile FC Barcelona is hosting secret meetings with Rüdiger’s agents have made Barca fans a bit offended. They have already flooded Twitter with pleads to renew Araújo as the 23-year old is sensational in his play and a club like Barcelona shouldn’t miss on him.

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Here are some of the tweets of Barca fans:

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