The Catalans need Upamecano.
Barcelona target RB Leipzig’s centre-back»According to Le10 Sport, RB Leipzig defender DAIO Upamecano may move to Barcelona in the next transfer window. Catalans head coach Quique Setien wants to strengthen the team’s defense in the summer, as he believes that this line is most in need of strengthening, so the Spanish specialist asked the management for funds to sign the 21-year-old Frenchman.
It is reported that the “blue-garnet” are ready to pay 50 million pounds for Upamecano.
Recall that Arsenal also in the running for the player.
This season, the bulls centerback has 1 assist in 21 Bundesliga games.
Kimmich can leave the “Bavaria»
The German station wagon is considering leaving in the future.
Kimmich can leave the “Bavaria»Bayern defender Jozua Kimmich said that he can leave Munich in the future, but only on one condition:
“I often ask myself the question of possible retirement. But I can’t answer it right now. Because I don’t know what’s best for my career in two or three years.
At the moment, my goal is to form an era with Bayern Munich – we want to win the Champions League. After that, you could make a new challenge for yourself.”
Zidane has no intention of letting ISCO go
The Frenchman wants to keep the midfielder in his ranks.
According to Marca, Real Madrid midfielder ISCO will not leave the club in the summer transfer window. The head coach of the “cream” Zinedine Zidane said that he needs a Spanish midfielder, so the sale of the player is out of the question.
Recall that ISCO is claimed by the clubs of the Premier League.
This season, the Spaniard has 1 goal and 3 assists in 23 La Liga matches.
Conte: “Messi will not join inter even in fantasy football”
The Argentine will not be in the Nerazzurri camp.
Inter Manager Antonio Conte has denied any information about a possible move for Barcelona striker Lionel Messi.
“The rumors about Leo Messi at inter are absolutely false. Don’t believe this fake news.
He will not join inter, even in fantasy football, ” Conte said for journalist Fabrizio Romano.