Frenkie de Jong seems to be leaving Barcelona at the end of the season, as interest in him is not lacking from the big teams.
The Dutch midfielder is expected to bring big income to the Catalans, as many teams have been put in pursuit of him. Manchester City, Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Juventus are the teams that have expressed interest in the transfer of the Dutch representative.
From his sale, Barcelona aims to earn around 80 million euros, money that will be used to overcome the great financial crisis that has gripped the club. The Spanish daily AS has reported that Barcelona has already found De Jong’s replacement and has now reached an agreement with the Valencia club.
It is about the midfielder Carlos Soler who is having the best season in his career, where he has scored 12 goals and assisted five others in 34 official matches. Barcelona has agreed to pay Valencia 20 million euros in the summer for the transfer of the Spanish representative to the Camp Nou.
The 25-year-old is estimated at around 50 million euros, but seeing that he has a contract for only one more year, then Valencia has accepted Barcelona’s offer of 20 million euros for the star of the team.