Barcelona affirm enthusiasm for De Jong’s £70m-evaluated partner


The Catalan club as of late finished the marking of Frankie de Jong from the Amsterdammers for £65m including potential additional items.
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The focal protector made his presentation for Ajax in 2016 and progressed toward becoming club commander in 2018.
The 19-year-old won the Golden Boy grant in 2018 for the best player younger than 21 in Europe.
In spite of not being 20, he has just piled on 97 appearances for Ajax and a further 13 for the national group.
De-Light would be viewed as a characteristic substitution for the maturing Gerard Pique.
Furthermore, Barcelona is currently thought to be keen on marking the £70m-evaluated De Light, who just reliably broke into the Ajax beginning XI following the closeout of Davinson Sanchez to Tottenham in 2017.
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has affirmed the club are monitoring the player, telling correspondents (by means of Football Espana): “We have pursued de Light for some time. It’s actually he’s a player we like, yet Barca likewise has other vital players in the squad.
“We will take a gander at more things from March or April. We’re enchanted to watch him play and respect him, yet there’s nothing more right now.”
Barcelona’s latest huge exchanges
In the course of the last couple of seasons, Barcelona has been planning for life after some of the players still at the club – when Pep Guardiola was in charge – go into retirement or on to different clubs.
Xavi left in 2015 while Andres Iniesta and Javier Mascherano stuck to this same pattern in 2018. At 32, Barca should likewise consider life after Gerard Pique too.
All things considered, the Catalans have marked any semblance of Ousmane Dembele for £96.8m, conceivably ascending to £135.5m, Philippe Coutinho for £142m and Frankie de Jong for £75m.
Different players, for example, Arthur, Paulinho, and Vidal have wanted expenses underneath £45m.


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