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After Los Blancos won the La Liga title last month, president Florentino Perez told reporters that the Spanish outfit won’t be making any major signings in the summer transfer window.
The 31-year-old Wales international endured another troubling season at the Santiago Bernabeu during which he made only 12 La Liga starts. His relationship with the fans further soured due to Bale’s antics as he watched his team from the bench after the restart.
His muted celebration following Real’s La Liga triumph didn’t earn him any plaudits either as the Welshman’s body language clearly conveyed that he’d rather be somewhere else. Little wonder, then, that Real have linked their summer spending to his potential departure.
Senior figures at the club have been quoted as saying that the financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic has been worse than initially thought, and that Los Blancos would adopt a conservative approach in the transfer market if they aren’t able to get rid of Bale.
Barca see Fati as the future of the club and someone who can become the main man after the inevitable departure of Messi from the scene. President Josep Maria Bartomeu echoed these sentiments of late when he stated that he wants to keep the youngster at the Camp Nou ‘for life’.
Fati enjoyed a superb breakthrough season in La Liga during which he has broken several records. The youngster became the youngest La Liga scorer of all time and the youngest scorer for FC Barcelona when he netted against Valencia in September.
Since moving to Italy on a season-long loan at the start of the 2019/20 season, the former Arsenal and Barcelona striker has recovered his old form.
The trusted transfer guru further claimed that Antonio Conte’s side have already agreed personal terms with Sanchez who has shone during his time in Italy.
Sanchez has made 22 Serie A appearances during his time in Italy and has managed to score 4 goals and provide 8 assists in the process. These aren’t eye-watering numbers but the Chile international has been in the form of his life since the restart.
His last seven games for the Nerazzurri has seen the former Arsenal striker score 2 and provide 7 assists in the Italian top-flight. United, who are within a touching distance of securing Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, are keen to offload the 31-year-old off their books.
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