Spanish La Liga outfit Barcelona have confirmed that Marc Jurado would be leaving the club with a number of suitors already looking at the option of snapping him up.
Marc Jurado already confirmed this report when he bid farewell to his Barcelona friends on his Twitter handle. It is claimed, according to MEN Sports that the Catalans made an effort to extend the contract of the 16-year-old but he turned down the opportunity with the hope of having a new challenge elsewhere.
Man United are believed to be leading in the chase of the youngster with every indication pointing to their direction as Marc Jurado’s destination.
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While Marc Jurado’s move to the Old Trafford is yet to be confirmed, it is not expected that he joins the first team. He is likely to join the United Academy and continue his development until he is ripe for a first-team challenge.
However, he would be monitored by manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is believed to be a fan of the young lad. Marc Jurado will now join former Sunderland striker Joe Hugill in the move.
Marc Jurado noted that the decision to leave the Spanish giants was a difficult one to make but he is left with no choice than to make the decision.
Lionel Messi told why he must avoid the English Premier League
It is understood that the future of Argentina international Lionel Messi is still unsure with Barcelona and has been tipped to leave the club anytime in the future.
Several teams have already made their intention to secure the service of the World Cup winner with Man City, Man United snd Liverpool mentioned as likely suitors for Lionel Messi.
However, La Liga president Javier Tebas in his interview with AFP stated that the World Best player will be damaging his reputation if he moves to the English Premier League.
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He stressed that La Liga is lucky to have enjoyed the presence of the Argentina international for many years as he warned that he must be careful with whatever decision he makes in the future.
The La Liga president stated that Lionel Messi could be lucky to get a better financial offer when he leaves the Catalans but his reputation that has been built for about 20 years could be damaged.
However, it is confirmed that Lionel Messi will remain at Camp Nou for the season but what happens afterward is unknown as it is believed that he is still unhappy at the club.
French Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint Germain are reported to be keen on the signature of the Barcelona man while Juventus are also reported to be in the race.
Real Madrid, Barcelona Battle In Shock Fernandes Transfer
Real Madrid and Barcelona are both interested in Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes despite the fact that the Portuguese international joined the club earlier this year.
The Sun claimed that the two Spanish clubs want to capitalise on the reported friction between the player and his manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Bruno Fernandes, 26, recently confirmed that he was unhappy at the decision to remove him at halftime during the capitulation against Spurs in the last game.
He was subbed off ahead of the second half of the game with his team trailing 4-1 with ten men.
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French international Martial had been sent off in the first half and that played a big role as the Red Devils suffered the joint heaviest defeat at home in the Premier League era.
Bruno Fernandes has been excellent since his big money transfer from Portuguese club Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United in January.
He was named the Player of the Year at Manchester United at the end of last season despite spending half of the campaign at the club.
Bruno Fernandes has already scored two goals and added two assists in four games in all competitions despite the poor start this season. The Red Devils are in the last positions on the league table.
How Barcelona Attacker Is Being Punished For Snubbing Man United
Barcelona attacker Ousmane Dembele snubbed a move to Premier League club Manchester United on transfer deadline day and he’s being punished for his decision.
Manchester United were keen to sign the young French international on loan for the season but the player preferred to stay at the Nou Camp to fight for his place in the Barcelona first team under new manager Ronald Koeman.
As per the various reports in the Spanish media, Dembele is now training alone as a consequence of his decision to stay on and fight for a spot in the Barcelona first team.
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Barcelona wanted to offload him to make space for Lyon forward Memphis Depay but the Spaniards were unable to sign striker target Depay mainly due to the inability to raise enough funds for his transfer.
The Nou Camp giants were told to pay €30m (£27m) for Memphis Depay whose contract expires next summer but failed to pay it.
In his recent interview, new Barcelona manager Ronald Koeman revealed that the club was unable to sign new players during the just concluded transfer market.
Barcelona had the likes of Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez and Lyon forward Memphis Depay on their transfer list but they were unable to sign at least one of the two players.