FC Barcelona are negotiating for three transfer targets in addition to the arrival of Raphinha, which seems the most advanced. They are: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich), Jules Koundé (Sevilla), and Bernardo Silva (Manchester City.)
Now, thanks to the newest information from Gerard Romero, we have an idea of what Barcelona expects to pay for the trio. Furthermore, he gave an update into the current situation of each one.
First, let’s talk about Lewandowski. The striker agreed personal terms with Barcelona and is convinced of the move. The question is whether Bayern Munich will accept the sale. The Catalans think he will cost around 50 million euro.
Next, Koundé. Once again, personal terms are agreed. Barcelona expect to pay between 55 and 60 million for him. However, Barcelona look to lower the price with player exchanges.
And lastly, Silva. This transfer seems the least likely. First, the club has to convince Manchester City’s decision makers, Txiki Begiristain and Pep Guardiola, of the deal. The Catalans expect to pay between 65 and 70 million, plus a few more in bonuses.
The report also says that Raphinha’s announcement is imminent. Barcelona and Leeds United already agreed on the terms.
There’s still a way to go in order to seal the deal with all the transfer targets. But we can expect some serious moves after signing the 2nd economic lever
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