Liverpool, Chelsea and Man City curiosity


Ousmane Dembele is attracting curiosity from a number of Premier League sides, and his Barcelona contract will expire at the top of the season.

Dembele has been largely overwhelmed since he made a number of cash from Borussia Dortmund again in 2017. A mix of accidents and issues off the pitch has had a transparent detrimental impact on his efficiency with the Frenchman who managed solely 30 objectives in 118 matches.

The five-year contract he signed after arriving on the membership will expire throughout the summer time and in response to Mundo Deportivo, there might be no lack of curiosity if he fails to signal new phrases.

Manchester City’s curiosity within the participant is already identified, however different Premier League title challengers Liverpool have now joined the race. Jurgen Klopp is believed to be an enormous fan of Dembele with the German requesting that switch supervisor Michael Edwards examine the opportunity of taking him in at no cost within the summer time.

At the identical time, Chelsea can also be tempted to make a transfer. Dembele performed a few of the very best footballs of his profession beneath Thomas Tuchel in Dortmund and the Blues boss is bound to get the ahead again to his greatest at Stamford Bridge.

Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United have equally been credited with curiosity prior to now.

Despite these golf equipment circling, Barcelona are eager to see Dembele keep on the membership and not too long ago opened negotiations. Barça will supply him a two-year contract as they wish to keep away from shedding him on a free switch this summer time.

However, the membership’s negotiating place just isn’t the strongest right away. They wouldn’t find a way to compete financially with their rivals for Dembele’s signature as their monetary disaster exhibits no indicators of releasing any time quickly.

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