Barcelona Board Has No Intention Of Including Sergino Dest In The Negotiations With Chelsea
In principle, the full-back would stay at the Catalan club. Last Thursday, Joan Laporta, current Barcelona president, had a meeting with Chelsea’s new owner, Todd Boehly.
Mateu Alemany and Jordi Cruyff, members of the Barça board, were also present. One of the topics of conversation was Sergino Dest.
The English side are interested in the American full-back and intends to include his transfer in negotiations for Cesar Azpilicueta or Marcos Alonso, both of whom are wanted by the Catalan club.
However, as reported by ‘Sport’, Barça does not want to part ways with the player in this market and Dest does not want to leave the squad.
Xavi Hernandez believes the American will play an important role in the team.
6 Players to Win the World Cup Without Playing a Single Minute at the Tournament, Including Franco Baresi
There have been athletes who have won the World Cup without participating in even a single second of the competition.Some big stars, like Baresi and Alphonse Areola, lifted it and went on to have successful careers.Some athletes, like Germany's Erik Durm, won the World Cup before completely disappearing from the sport.Managers are putting the finishing touches on their squad lists for when the current international break ends, as the FIFA World Cup draws nearer and...
Man U Board Decides About Ole Future
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I'll rather resign rather than doing that - Pep Guardiola Tells City Board
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