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Dembélé entertained by an English club: Barça face tough decision

Dembélé entertained by an English club: Barça face tough decision

Ousmane Dembélé could leave Barca this summer. An English club will be pressing to secure his services.

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Ousmane Dembélé’s future is being talked about again in Spain. The player’s contract includes an exit clause of just €50 million. So many clubs would have ticked his name to strengthen their attacking department. One of them is particularly emphatic.

According to the published information Fichajes.net, which is a Premier League club: Chelsea. England will be excited at the idea of ​​improving their attacking efficiency with the French. It must be said that the team had a very difficult season.

Javi doesn’t want him to leave

Despite 600 million euros invested in the last two transfer windows, the English team has scored just 38 goals in 38 Premier League days. He finished the year in 12th place in the standings, far from the qualification places for the Champions League.

Ousmane Dembélé is seen as an opportunity not to be missed by the leaders of the London club. The arrival of Mauricio Pochettino could play a decisive role in this matter. The new coach emphasizes the need to strengthen his team’s attack. He particularly appreciates the profile of the Frenchman, who has improved a lot under Xavi.

But the case is far from over. Xavi has never hidden his admiration for the French international. The technician would have asked his bosses to raise his wages and negotiate an extension to ensure his availability next season.

Ousmane Dembélé has the cards in hand. The former BVB player, like last summer, is free to join the formation of his choice (provided it pays 50 million euros). Will the money offered by the English club succeed in convincing him?

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As a reminder, Barca face a very delicate financial situation. Joan Laporta is looking for solutions to reduce its wages and can only reinvest 40% of the amount recovered during transfers into recruitment. Suffice to say Dembele will be very difficult to replace…