Barcelona transfer news LIVE: #Neymar £273m demand, deal agreed, Lionel #Messi text request

Barcelona transfer news LIVE updates

    Barcelona has finished its search for Neymar for this summer and will return in 2020.
    Juventus wanted to sign Ivan Rakitic of the Catalan giants
    Lionel Messi sent Neymar a text message to try to secure the Brazilian’s signature
    Barcelona midfielder Rafinha has joined Celta Vigo on a one-season loan

Man Utd bets on Eriksen

Manchester United will launch an offer to sign the restless game creator Tottenham Christian Eriksen in January.

That’s according to the Daily Mail, who claims that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to sign a creative game maker in the winter market.

Eriksen’s contract expires in June 2020, and has not hidden his desire to leave the club.

Real Madrid, Juventus and Barcelona were all linked to the 27-year-old Denmark international, which could be bought for a bargain price, certainly less than the original assessment of 63 million pounds of Daniel Levy.


Manchester United will launch a bid to sign Christian Eriksen in January (Image: GETTY)

Contact Neymar

Neymar was in contact with representatives of Real Madrid until the European transfer window closed last night.

The 27-year-old Brazilian forward was expected to leave Parc Des Princess, two years after his worldwide transfer of £ 200 million in 2017.

The Spanish arch-rivals were trying to attract Neymar back to La Liga, but the valuation of £ 273 million from the PSG proved too much.

The Catalan team was considered overwhelming favorite to complete their signing, but the newspaper Marca says that Real Madrid was good in the mix.

They claim that Neymar was in contact with the heads of Real Madrid until the deadline of Monday at 11 p.m.


Neymar was in contact with Real Madrid representatives (Image: GETTY)

Angry neymar

PSG star Neymar “went crazy” when he discovered that his dream of returning to Barcelona would not occur during the transfer window, according to reports.

The Brazilian international was determined to return to Camp Nou, just two years after his controversial transfer to the Parc des Princes.

However, Neymar ended up staying in the PSG, which means he will have to wait until January at the earliest to try to force a game.

And the Catalan newspaper Sport said that the 27-year-old was furious after learning that his transfer to Barcelona was dead in the water.

It is said that “he went crazy” when he discovered that negotiations between the PSG and the Catalan club had stagnated to the point of not returning.

I will improve – de Jong

The signing of Barcelona for 65 million pounds Frenkie de Jong has promised to improve after an unfavorable start at the Camp Nou.

The former Ajax star has started in the three opening matches of La Liga de Barcelona, ​​but it is clearly still adapting to its new environment.

“I am new to the team and I have started in all three games even though we have many midfielders,” said De Jong. “But I think I can play better than until now.

“I have to grow in whatever role I play. I am happy to be playing and I just want to make sure that I remain on the team.”


Barcelona’s £65million signing Frenkie de Jong has vowed to improve (Image: GETTY)

Jadon Sancho hope

Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho would consider a return to the Premier League or a transfer to Spain.

The 19-year-old, who left Manchester City in 2017, received a tip to join Manchester United during the summer in a deal worth more than £ 100 million.

Instead, he stayed at BVB and signed an excellent new contract worth £ 190,000 per week.


Jadon Sancho would consider a return to the Premier League or a move to Spain (Image: GETTY)

Now, after receiving a call to the England team, he put United on red alert by admitting he would return to his home country or Spain.

“I can’t tell the future, but I wouldn’t mind,” he said when asked about the possibilities of a return to England. “The League wouldn’t matter to me too, but we still don’t know.”

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