Barcelona decides to do a Luis Suarez-style favor for Manchester United and Chelsea.
Barcelona has stated their position on the possibility of Antoine Griezmann leaving the club.
If Antoine Griezmann departs Barcelona this summer, Barcelona will not pay a portion of his salary. When Luis Suarez joined Atletico Madrid last summer, the Catalan club contributed to his wages, and pressure is rising on them this time to shift some of their highest-paid players off the wage sheet.
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Barcelona’s business has been rough of late, with Suarez’s exit last summer looking like one bad decision among a slew of other major blunders.
The Uruguayan was partially compensated by Barcelona after scoring 21 La Liga goals to help Atletico Madrid win the league.
According to the Athletic, club president Joan Laporta is resolved not to make the same mistake with Griezmann this time around.
In recent weeks, the Frenchman has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United, as both clubs look for a new striker.
When will Arsenal’s second transfer announcement, the signing of Ben White, be made?
It’s no secret that Erling Haaland is the first choice at Stamford Bridge, but bringing him to west London is proving to be exceedingly costly and difficult.
United, on the other hand, could use a new face up front, but their top priorities are centre-back and central-midfield, with Raphael Varane and Eduardo Camavinga allegedly on their shopping lists.
Griezmann’s old side Atletico Madrid appears to have gotten the upper hand in recent days, with a swap deal featuring Saul Niguez rumored.
Griezmann was a major success in the Spanish capital for five seasons before going off course after his big-money move to the Camp Nou in 2019.
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Despite the fact that the 30-year-time old’s in Catalonia has not been without incident, Ronald Koeman’s side will have to move many of their high-paid players off the salary bill in order to comply with La Liga’s financial requirements.
Griezmann undoubtedly fits the bill, as the subject of one of the club’s most lucrative contracts.
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