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An offensive winger is coming to Barcelona after Dembele’s contract extension

FC Barcelona, which has been very active in the transfer market, will sign a new player that will help them in the attack and that player is Raphinha.

The Premier League’s best player will join FC Barcelona.

Everything is moving quickly at FC Barcelona as they get ready to deal a devastating blow to the transfer window world as a whole. The Catalan club has spent a lot of time and energy over the past few months looking for offensive help, and they are about to make a big hire. While they wait for Robert Lewandowski to join the team, Barcelona will move forward with the arrival of Raphinha, a talented young player from Brazil.



Monday, reporter Fabrizio Romano tweeted that the striker, who used to play for Stade Rennais and is now 25 years old, should sign “immediately.” After giving the go-ahead to the leaders of FC Barcelona, the Leeds United player told the English team to make a deal with FC Barcelona as soon as possible.

The Italian insider says that Raphinha’s trip to Barcelona will cost close to 72 million euros. This is a huge amount that makes people worried, especially since the Catalan club has been having financial issues since the pandemic. The Brazilian international player was wanted by both Arsenal and PSG, where he would play for Leonardo. He just finished playing for Leeds in the Premier League, where he scored 11 goals and had 3 assists in 35 games. But it’s very unlikely that Barcelona will only sign Raphinha this week.

Dembele has agreed to a contract extension

The future of the French international Ousmane Dembélé has been decided. Even though Chelsea, Bayern, and PSG were interested, the 25-year-old striker has chosen to stay with FC Barcelona (prior to the arrival of Luis Campos).


The former Rennes player, said last week that he had agreed to the new terms of his Barca contract, which included a much lower salary and a three-year lease. Dembele wants to keep working with Barcelona, so he and his agent, Moussa Sissoko, went to Barcelona yesterday to finish the deal. Xavi’s help would have been very helpful for the operation because he would have made sure that Dembélé got a key role on the Catalan team the next season.

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