Chelsea could lose their club captain Caesar Azlipicueta in the coming summer with the skipper set to join Barcelona on a permanent deal. Azlipicueta is currently in talks with Barcelona over his possible move to Camp Nou in the summer. Despite Chelsea's interest to retain the player, Azlipicueta is interested in leaving the club.
The 32 year old defender now wants new challenge outside England and Barcelona would probably be the best as talks are underway. However, their is high possibly of him joining the Spanish side than him remaining at Stamford Bridge with Chelsea now looking for replacement early enough.
Azlipicueta's contract with Chelsea is set to expire at the end of June where he will be a free agent. Barcelona are willing to sign him as a free agent from Chelsea. Barcelona manager Xavi is looking to adjust his squad by signing too defenders with the likes of Caesar Azlipicueta on the top of the list for Barcelona.
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