Before Madrid, betrayal in ‘Can Barça’: Laporta points to Newcastle

There are already numerous and successive reports that point to the Newcastle already Mohamed Bin Salman as the new enemies of the Barça in a tricky matter for one of the culés players with the most poster. However, there is little or nothing you can do about it Joan Laporta, president of Barcelona, for reversing a situation that already smells of treason in Can Barça and that it would leave without money or benefit to the club culé.

And it is that according to reports from England, specifically the newspaper Goal, Ousmane Dembélé would have already agreed to move to St. James’ Park next summer for an amount – in salary, of course – yet to be determined, but that would leave Barcelona without a seat in this negotiation. Dembélé and his entourage had already threatened the Catalan club with letting his contract run until its expiration in order to obtain the freedom letter, which they are one step away from achieving, so Barça can do nothing to change this situation.

Dembélé, one of the three most expensive players in the history of Barcelona, ​​has not yet made his debut this season, which is close to happening (although he will not be in the Classic), although his departure is confirmed next June at new rich from the Premier League, picture magpie, under the influence of Saudi investment funds, it would be the case that ehe French footballer would leave the Camp Nou without pain or glory, where he has never found regularity or a level remotely at the level of what was expected of him when he was signed from the Borussia de Dortmund.

At 24, it seemed that after last season he could begin to channel his situation in Can Barça, since it was in 20/21 where he played more games, up to a total of 30, but another serious injury in the last European Championship returned to plunge the player and Barça into pessimism, a situation that currently extends and surely even early November. At Barça, Throughout his four seasons in Barcelona, ​​he has scored 18 goals in 81 games; that is, a fairly poor average for such quality. Now, in the middle of October, Newcastle and the player hope to close a new contract from January, from which time the Frenchman can negotiate with whoever he pleases.

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