Gabon international is will to join back to EPL as he has spend one season with Barcelona. Chelsea manager Ten Hag is looking Aubameyang as his striker this season following departure of Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner. Despite Chelsea been interest for Pierre,they are only considering to offer £15m unlike Barcelona request €30m. Work is still on progress and we expect to see both parties reach to a full agreement.
Barcelona have already signed Andreas from EPL and are also on direct talks with Chelsea to sign Marcos Alonso this summer. On the official club statement,Barca breaks silence on Manchester united defender Dalot as they are not discussing his deal with Man united while they are more interested on Juan Foyth from Villarreal.
Barcelona are reportedly ‘very close’ to agreeing personal terms with Villarreal defender Juan Foyth over a move to the Camp Nou, Barcelona have been heavily linked with a move for Foyth this week but it’s thought his price could prove problematic with Villarreal wanting around €42 million.
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