Mercato | Mercato – Barcelona: Joan Laporta is warned for this French international!

Posted on January 10, 2022 at 10:30 p.m. by PL

In difficulty this season at Manchester United, Anthony Martial would seek to revive in another club. FC Barcelona would therefore monitor this issue carefully, just like Sevilla FC. However, the Red Devils would be very demanding from an economic point of view.

In order to strengthen in the offensive sector, FC Barcelona would explore several avenues on the transfer market. If the name of Alvaro Morata is regularly mentioned, Anthony Martial would also be courted. A few weeks ago, the Frenchman’s agent expressed the 26-year-old's desire elsewhere: “Anthony wants to leave the club in January. He just needs to play. He doesn't want to stay in January and I'll talk to the club about it soon. »Thus, the FC Barcelona would be interested in the profile of Anthony Martial but the Catalan club is not alone on the file since Sevilla FC is also at the lookout. However, the arrival of the Manchester United player in Andalusia is far from being tied up for salary reasons as revealed to you on January 5th. The problem is reportedly still relevant today.

The question of the assumption of responsibility for the salary always arises for Anthony Martial

In his column for Sportskeeda, the journalist Fabrizio Romano affirmed on Monday that the uncertainty around the The future of Anthony Martial always revolved around the payment of his full salary in addition to a loan allowance. Manchester United would claim 7M € and full coverage of his emoluments according to 90min, explaining why Sevilla FC has still not found an agreement for the international tricolor , the Andalusian club being unable to meet the demands of the Red Devils for the moment. Negotiations are reportedly stalled as the 26-year-old striker hopes to leave Manchester United , after he has already asked Ralf Rangnick to leave the club. Joan Laporta would therefore know what to expect from now on if he wants to attract Anthony Martial to Catalonia this winter. To be continued.

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