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Barcelona sets Dembele's selling price to Liverpool

Barcelona sets Dembele's selling price to Liverpool


 English press reports stated that Barcelona set the selling price for French striker and winger Othmane Dembele, former German star Borussia Dortmund, in case the Liverpool team requested to sign him.

: Barcelona sets Osman Dimple's selling price

According to the newspaper "Liverpool Echo", the Barcelona club management will listen to Liverpool's offers to include Dembele if an amount exceeding 80 million euros is provided, which is 72 million pounds.

Osman Dembele appeared in only 9 games due to his long absence from the injury, although Barcelona paid in 2017 € 120 million to include the player from the German Borussia Dortmund team.

Othmane Dembele has scored with the Blaugrana only 19 goals in 74 games since he came from the German League and it seems that he will be out of Barcelona's accounts next season with coach Kiki Citin because of his long absence of injury.

 : Barcelona competes with Chelsea for the Porto star


 Barcelona is competing with Chelsea for the left-back Porto club, the 27-year-old Brazilian Brazilian Brazilian Alex Tiles, who is wanted in the big clubs in Europe.

 : Alex Teals between Barcelona and Chelsea


All the news in the past few days has linked Tillis’s transfer from Porto to Chelsea because of the blues ’suffering with this center and the lack of conviction of coach Frank Lampard of Emerson Palmeri and Marcos Alonso.

According to the newspaper "Forbes", Barcelona entered the line to include Alex Teles because of the presence of a lot of problems in the left-back position because of the decline in the level of Jordi Alba and junior Verbo, which does not provide the required level.

The reports added that the Blaugrana administration may grant Porto the left-back, who is currently loaned to Getafe Club, which is Coquaria, to include it in that deal, which may be a suitable solution for the Portuguese team.

This news comes despite the suspension of all-season matches in the major European leagues due to the spread of the fatal Corona epidemic, which causes all competitions to be postponed indefinitely.
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