Due to the fact that many people compare Ilaix Moriba to Manchester United's Paul Pogba, his on-field performance ought to be quite remarkable. Yes, 18-year-old Moriba may be special, but it appears as if Barcelona may lose him for free next year because he is in the final year of his contract and negotiations for a new contract renewal have failed. This stumbling block has been identified as a result of Barcelona's wage problems due to La liga's salary cap, making it impossible for them to meet Moriba's wage demands.
With Barcelona unable to determine Moriba's future, Football faithful now reports that Chelsea is attempting to talk with Moriba's delegates, with a "big tempting offer" on the table if he decides to switch to Stamford Bridge.
Last season, he was put to the test in Barcelona's midfield. His 18 appearances for them suggests he has class; all he needs now is polishing, which Thomas Tuchel can provide.
The question is will the 18-year-old be brave enough to take the next step in his career at Chelsea?
Please let us know what you think in the comments area below. (source - Football Faithful)
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