FC Barcelona has pulled out a hell of a thorn in its foot in recent hours. The Catalan club has thus succeeded in registering Jules Koundé in La Liga, and the French defender should start tonight against Valladolid. All the recruits who arrived this summer have thus been registered, and the Barcelona leaders can now continue to work on the sequel.
What will it be made of? As we know, the club chaired by Joan Laporta intends to strengthen its rearguard, with two sides in particular, one on the left and one on the right. The sales of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who is expected to join Chelsea, and Memphis Depay, whose future is a little more uncertain, should allow the Catalans to continue to strengthen.
Four options at different prices
And according to AS, there are four names on the list, and two of them will join Camp Nou. Two laterals per side. On the left flank is Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso, who have been in talks for quite some time now, but the Blues continue to close the door. Javi Galán, the side of Celta, a more financially accessible option, is also very interesting in the eyes of the Barcelona management. The media add that if neither of them can come, Barca will not recruit anyone for this position.
On the right flank, Barça is crazy about Juan Foyth, the right side of Villarreal. But the Yellow Submarine is asking more than 20 million euros for his player. Hector Bellerin is plan B, and he could even be released by Arsenal and therefore arrive free within his training club. To be continued…