There are news reports that Wolverhampton Wanderers. The English Premier League club are set to pay £5 million. So they don’t have to sign a Barcelona star.
Wolves are reportedly set to pay Barcelona £5million. So they don’t have to sign Francisco Tringao has failed to impress on loan at the club. The Midlands in 28 Premier League appearances. Where he has scored two goals and one in the Carabao Cup. According to BBC Sport , Wolves have an option to buy the youngster of the Midlands this barca.
However, they will not give the option of bringing Tringao to the Molineux Stadium on a permanent basis. But instead opted to pay Barcelona to avoid the player’s services. But Wolves will earn 20 per cent of Tringau’s fee if the Portuguese winger leaves Camp Nou this UFABET summer. There is a real chance Wolves will have a small fortune. Despite splitting up for £5m the experienced youngster has been linked with a move back to his homeland with Sporting Lisbon. Impressed in the Champions League this season. He is ready to pay £15.5 million for his services. If Tringao moves to Sporting Wolves could receive £3 million.
As for Barcelona, they are yet to register new players Fronk Kessie and Andreas Christensen, although they have been able to sign both. Kessie, 25, and Christensen 26 have signed four-year contracts. At the Nou Camp after their contracts expire at AC Milan and Chelsea respectively. Xavi next season will have to try to reclaim the title from rivals Real Madrid.
Still, despite the official announcement But neither Kessie nor Christensen will be allowed to join the senior squad as the Catalan giants’ salary ceiling is still much higher than La Liga’s, according to reports. Spanish newspaper Cope said that Barcelona are unable to register the Ivorian midfielder. Coast and the Danish defender Because their wage ceiling is much higher than the specified limit. They are still waiting for Manchester United to reach an agreement with Frankie de Jong , with the Red Devils having an initial £56million deal for the Dutch player, but De Jong has yet to finalize personal terms.
The 25-year-old has previously informed club bosses of his intention to stay in Catalonia. But Barca’s worrying financial situation forced him to leave. The Netherlands international is yet another player whose wages will rise if he enters the fourth year of his contract at Barca. Which is why the Spanish elite want to let the highest-paid players out of the squad during this transfer window.
In addition to the addition of Kessie and Christensen Xabi is also hoping to land Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski and Leeds United star Rafinha, but all coming in will Must be approved by La Liga, the departures of Ousmane Dembele, Philippe Coutinho and Dani Alves will help balance accounts to some extent. But Xavi’s spending will remain tight and Barca hope a £70m deal for De Jong will be enough to fund their summer business.