Barcelona are looking forward to keeping high profile players in their camp beyond this coming summer. Already there is a huge financial problem at the club especially with high salaries to the current players a problem to Laliga hierarchy.
However both Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal have as well been linked with Ousmane Dembele since last summer. As now according to Sunsport report the forward's current deal expires next summer.
But now letting Dembele enter his final year could prove costly for the LaLiga leaders. As per transfer guru Fabrizio Romano his release clause allows him to leave for £88million during the final year of his contract.
And if it reaches July and August of 2023, that is cut down to half price at just £44m. Barca paid £135.5m for the Frenchman in 2017 so they are desperate to agree new terms and avoid selling for a fraction of that price.
That's good news to the big Premier League giants who would want to sign the Frenchman. But there could be no interest from United under Erik ten Hag who may bring back Greenwood from suspension and so is Antony, Garnacho, Sancho and Rashford all available to play on the wing positions.
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