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  • As per Fabrizio Romano, Aston Villa have struck a deal with Barcelona to sign defender Clement Lenglet on loan. The 28-year-old is surplus to requirements at Camp Nou and has been touted to leave although no move had materialized. However, while the Frenchman had attracted interest from Saudi Arabia and Sevilla, reports indicated that the Villians were the front-runners.Romano had even reported, earlier in the day, that Aston Villa were closing in on a potential deal and the Italian has now revealed that an agreement has finally been reached. Not only that, Lenglet has reportedly approved the move with the defender now set to travel to sign the documents.
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  • Aston Villa inching closer towards agreement for Clement LengletTransfer expert Fabrizio Romano has reported that Aston Villa are inching closer towards a move for Clement Lenglet with Barcelona keen on selling him. The French defender is not a part of Xavi Hernandez’s plans for the future and has been allowed to leave this summer. But while he has attracted interest from Saudi Arabia, Lenglet’s desire to stay in Europe has hindered a transfer.Romano has reported that the Villians have been in talks for a while and are looking to sign the 28-year-old on a season-long loan deal. Not only that, talks have progressed far enough that the two clubs are in discussions over Lenglet’s salary coverage, as the Frenchman earns close to £16m per year.
  • Tottenham in contact with Barcelona over loan deal for Ansu Fati
  • Barcelona’s board working to find way to sign Atletico Madrid’s Joao FelixAccording to Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona’s board are set to activate ‘operation Joao Felix’ as they try to figure out a way to sign the forward. The 23-year-old is out of favour at Atletico Madrid but has only been keen on signing for Barcelona. However, a move hasn’t materialized yet but that could change before the window closes.Romano has reported that the club are trying to figure out a way to sign the forward within Financial Fair Play rules. But, if a move doesn’t take place, 90min has reported that Chelsea are keeping an eye on the situation and Romano has further reported that Felix is open to signing for another club only if Barcelona can’t get a deal done.
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  • Aston Villa weighing up move for Clement LengletAccording to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Aston Villa are contemplating a potential move for Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet before the window closes. The Frenchman is out of favour at the Camp Nou and has been touted to leave this summer. But Lenglet’s wages have proven to be a hurdle for most suitors as few can afford the defender’s £16m per year salary. Yet, reports have indicated that Sevilla are interested and in talks with Barcelona over a potential deal.Not only that, the 28-year-old has attracted attention from Saudi Arabia although he is keen on remaining in Europe which has given Aston Villa a chance. Romano has reported that Barcelona are sure that Lenglet will leave this summer and are waiting to see who makes the move to sign him.
  • Fermin Lopez set to sign long-term deal with Barcelona until 2028
  • ‘Here we go’ – Barcelona set to sign Joao Cancelo on loan from Manchester CityAs per transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona have finally reached an agreement with Manchester City over a move for Joao Cancelo. The 29-year-old has been out of favour at the club since falling out with Pep Guardiola in January 2023. It has seen Cancelo heavily linked with a move to Barcelona although the club’s financial issues has hindered their approach.However, Romano has now reported that the two sides have finally reached an agreement and have exchanged documents to get the deal ratified today. Not only that, the Italian journalist has reported that Barcelona are set to sign the full-back on loan with an option to buy included as well.
  • Joan Laporta confirms that Barcelona have plans for more signingsBarcelona director Joan Laporta has revealed that the club have created space for ‘last-minute’ transfers and that they are still looking to reinforce the squad. The Catalan giants have been linked with moves for Joao Cancelo and Joao Felix this summer but their financial issues have meant that nothing has materialized yet. Not only that, both Marcos Alonso and Ansu Fati have touted with potential exits. Yet despite their reported financial issues, Laporta said when asked about Felix “You have to ask Deco. We have a salary margin for last-minute operations, more than one, and we are working on it” 
  • Barcelona in talks to extend Fermin Lopez’s contract – Romano
  • Sevilla contact Barcelona over potential move for Clement LengletAccording to Marca, Sevilla have touched base with Barcelona over a potential loan move for Clement Lenglet. The 28-year-old is reportedly on his way out of the Camp Nou this summer but the club has struggled to find suitors for the Frenchman. The only real interest has been from the Saudi Pro League but Lenglet’s first preference is to stay in Europe.However, while Tottenham have also been linked with a move, the Londoners haven’t reached an agreement which has allowed Sevilla a chance. Marca have revealed that they are keen on re-signing the defender on loan although his wages prove to be an obstacle. The 28-year-old earns around €16m per year, something that Sevilla cannot match but they’re hoping to reach an agreement.
  • Xavi Hernandez confirms ongoing contract discussions with Barcelona
  • Joao Felix only open to Saudi Arabia move if Barcelona don’t pursueAccording to the Daily Mail, Joao Felix would be open to signing for a Saudi Pro League club on loan if Barcelona doesn’t make a move to sign him. The 23-year-old has been dropped from the Atletico Madrid squad after falling out with manager Diego Simeone and has been keen on leaving. But while Barcelona has been his only destination, their financial issues has hindered any move.Yet now the situation has changed, as the Daily Mail has revealed that if the Catalan giants don’t make a move before the window closes, then Felix will opt to leave for the Saudi Pro League. The 23-year-old reportedly has an agreement with Al-Hilal to sign for them on loan and is open to leaving for a year before making his return.
  • Clement Lenglet open to Saudi Arabia move amidst lack of suitorsAccording to Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet is now open to a move to the Saudi Pro League despite rejecting an offer earlier this summer. The Frenchman has been working with the club to leave this summer but he failed to attract any interest. While Tottenham were considered to be the front-runners, talks between the two clubs haven’t progressed.Thus, as a result, Lenglet has reconsidered his options and he is now open to a Middle East move after initially declining the same. While he wanted to remain in Europe, reports have indicated that the 28-year-old wants to find the right club and leave. However, despite his €16m yearly wages posing a challenge, Mundo Deportivo reports his agents are confident in securing a suitable deal.
  • OFFICIAL: Marc Andre ter Stegen signs new contract until 2028 with Barcelona
  • Marc Andre ter Stegen set to sign new contract with Barcelona – RomanoAs per Fabrizio Romano, Barcelona and Marc Andre ter Stegen have reached an agreement over a new contract with the German goalkeeper extending his stay at the club. Reports indicated that the shot-stopper was keen on staying at the Spotify Camp Nou but was linked with a move away. However, despite that, Barcelona were confident they could keep the German at the club. Romano has reported that Ter Stegen is set to sign a new five-year contract after the two parties reached an agreement two weeks ago.
  • Barcelona trying to figure out Ansu Fati’s future before window closesAnsu Fati Barcelona 2023-24Getty ImagesAccording to Dario Sport, Barcelona are set to have talks with Ansu Fati’s agent Jorge Mendes about where the forward’s future lies before the window closes. The La Liga giants have opened the door for the 20-year-old’s departure this summer with them keen on raising funds. It has attracted attention from across Europe although Fati is reportedly not looking to leave.It has left both sides at an impasse and Dario Sport has reported that Mendes and Barcelona are set to have crunch talks to discuss where Fati’s future lies. Sport has further revealed that several English sides are keeping a close eye on proceedings but at the same time, Barca aren’t going to force Fati to leave.
  • Xavi keen on keeping Marcos Alonso despite Barcelona’s financial woesAccording to the Daily Mail, Barcelona boss Xavi Hernandez is keen on the club keeping Marcos Alonso despite the fact that the La Liga giants are yet to register him. The club’s financial issues continue as they can’t register Alonso alongside Inigo Martinez, and goalkeeper Inaki Pena. It has seen the full-back linked with a move away from the club although he is likely to stay.The Daily Mail has revealed that Xavi wants at least two players per position and with Alejandro Balde as first-choice left, he wants Marcos Alonso to remain at the club as a back-up. That is reportedly fine with the 31-year-old as he wants to remain at the Spotify Camp Nou beyond this summer.

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