US News Barça extend De Jong, Lenglet, Ter Stegen and Pique
Frenkie de Jong's closed season at Barça is over!
Something goes under in these crazy times (which have been going on for some years): but Frenkie de Jong cost the FC Barcelona more money than a Luis Suárez. Or a Zlatan Ibrahimovic. And much more than a David Villa. But they are still waiting in Can Barça for the 23-year-old Dutchman to deliver accordingly.
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, FC Barcelona formalized the extension of four of its executives on Tuesday evening. Gerard Piqué, Marc Ter Stegen, Clément Lenglet and Frenkie de Jong have all signed a new contract with the Catalan club. The barbed wire has clearly been laid around the Dutch midfielder and the French defender, now engaged until 2026.
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The German goalkeeper has signed until 2025. Perhaps more surprisingly on the sporting front, Pique will (a priori) be at the club until 2024, when he will then be 37 years old. An extension, however, "conditional on the fact that Pique plays a certain number of matches during the 2021-2022 season" , specifies the Barcelona statement. A political choice, perhaps, but also an economic one, since these four players have accepted a temporary salary cut due to the current crisis.
European giant enters race for Pogba
The Blaugrana have reportedly set themselves the goal of getting their hands on the Habs international. If the latter does not extend his contract with MU by then, they could get him back without paying any compensation. On the other hand, there is the salary of the world champion to be paid and which is far from being insignificant since La Pioche comes in at 16.5M €. 5 years later, Barca return to the charge for Pogba This is not the first time that Barca have taken an interest in Pogba.
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They forgot about Griezmann on the other hand, right?
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A few days before the presidential election in the United States, an update on what makes the outgoing president and his Democratic opponent different in foreign relations. The approaches differ with regard to China, Russia or the EU. View on euronews © AP Photo "America First". From the first day of his mandate on January 20, 2017, Donald Trump had promised to toughen up his tone against the enemies of the United States.