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Barcelona 'begin talks to sign Memphis Depay on a free transfer'
The 27-year-old's contract at the Ligue 1 side expires in June and he has been heavily linked with joining up with compatriot Ronald Koeman at the Camp Nou later this year. The Netherlands star reportedly agreed personal terms with the Catalan giants right at the end of last year's summer transfer window, but a move eventually fell through due to a lack of player sales at Barcelona.
The Barça must unwind its workforce of some unnecessary players. Moreover, an undesirable attacker could return to England.Barça wants to clean. Within the workforce, there are players who no longer have the confidence of the Dutch coach Ronald Koeman. For example, we can mention Samuel Umtiti, Neto or Miralem Pjanić who are binding from the club. Moreover, there is another player from the workforce who is likely to leave Catalonia. Farmost land because of an injury, Philippe Coutinho would be close to a departure to England. Everton would position himself to enlist the player. Philippe Coutinho, Barça in Everton? Direction The exit for Philippe Coutinho! According to Todofichajes, the Brazilian could make its suitcases to continue his career again in England. Everton would be interested in the Barça striker for next season. The Blaugranas would easily accept to assign the former Liverpool player following the proposal of Everton. The English club would like to pay a sum of 40 million euros to finalize the transfer of Coutinho under contract until June 2023. A great opportunity for Barça which wants to degrease sharply.
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Simeone: Four-way LaLiga title race good for Spanish football .
Atletico hold a narrow lead over Barcelona, Real Madrid and Sevilla in a thrilling title race that Diego Simeone thinks has boosted LaLiga.Barca missed the chance to go top of LaLiga on Thursday as they slipped to a stunning 2-1 home defeat against Granada, with coach Ronald Koeman sent off prior to Jorge Molina's 79th-minute winner.