Frankie De Jong's case seems to be out of Barcelona's hands according to reports given by Spanish new outlet Sport via Manchester evening news.
The aforementioned news outlets understands that La Liga has told Barcelona that they must sell some of their players in order to register their five new arrivals ahead of new season.
It is reported that Barcelona still needs to Balance their books, their wage bills and debts are too high to allow them register, Robert Lewandoski, Raphinha, Jules Kounde, Andrea Christiansen and Franck Kessie, as well as Ousmane Dembele and Sergio Roberto who renewed their contracts with the club this summer.
This now leaves Joan Laporta who thought initial sales or his player would have bettered their financial situations at the club. Laporta must sell his players to help them comply with the financial fair play regulations.
And because Frankie De Jong is one of the most valuable players at the club, chances that he could be pushed towards the exit door is very high. This is something that must be expected in the coming week.
Manchester United is seen as his future club following his relationship with Erik ten Hag that dates back to their days in Johan Cruyff Arena despite the fact that Chelsea are in running.
On the other hand, Paris Saint Germain are also competing Manchester United in the race to sign RB Salzburg gem Benjamin Sesko. Manchester United are said to have held meetings more than twice in the course of last week.
Sesko rose to prominence last season and has already scored 2 goals in this campaign. He also impressed against Liverpool in their champions league outings last season.
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