the Blaugranas struggle to register the recruits, de Jong more than ever under pressure?

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The FC Barcelona transfer window has greatly animated the football planet as it is so impressive. Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, Jules Koundé, Andreas Christensen and Franck Kessié joined the club while Ousmane Dembélé and Sergi Roberto extended with the Blaugranas. And yet, none of them will be able, for the moment, to play in the 2022/2023 La Liga season. The financial balance of the club is not sufficient to be able to register these new recruits in the championship and the leaders must imperatively sell.

Despite the sale of Philippe Coutinho to Aston Villa and the departures of Trincao, Riqui Puig, Mingueza, Lenglet and Dani Alves, the payroll of the workforce is still far too high. Only one solution is offered to the Catalans: sell Frenkie de Jong. Pushed towards the exit for several weeks, the Dutch international would not want to leave Spain but could see his club put a little more pressure on him. While an agreement would exist with Manchester United, the midfielder would have already refused this proposal. Still, the Blaugrana’s future seems to rest on him, or rather, his departure. If the Red Devils are still in the running to welcome the former Ajax player, Chelsea would also be interested. The Blues, who will play the next Champions League, could also benefit from more arguments than the Mancunians. A 10-day deadline was reportedly set by executives to settle the sale of Frenkie de Jong, according to the Mirror.

Memphis Depay, Martin Braithwaite, Miralem Pjanic and Samuel Umtiti are also pushed out but the savings made on their salaries would not cover the expenses incurred this summer.

to summarize

FC Barcelona must sell if they want to register their new recruits for La Liga. Despite the sale of Philippe Coutinho to Aston Villa and the departures of Trincao, Riqui Puig, Mingueza, Lenglet and Dani Alves, the payroll of the workforce is still far too high. Only one solution is offered to the Catalans: sell Frenkie de Jong.



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