‘190 billion-700 billion=120 billion in losses’ Barça set to say goodbye to Dembele “has expressed intention to join PSG”

Barcelona has suffered a major loss.

“Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has confirmed that striker Ousmane Dembele will join Paris Saint-Germain (PSG),” the British public broadcaster ‘BBC’ reported on February 2. He was on the substitutes’ bench for Wednesday’s trial against AC Milan but ended up missing.”

“Dembele was offered PSG and decided to leave. It’s a personal decision. We couldn’t do anything about it, that’s why he didn’t play today. It breaks my heart because I think we took care of him to make sure he was happy and satisfied.”

It was a fast-moving deal. “Dembele asked Barcelona for official permission to negotiate with PSG,” said Fabrizio Romano, who is familiar with European football transfer markets. However, there is still a feeling that a €50 million buyout cannot be triggered in nine hours. But we are trying to move forward in a different way.” It was the start of the ‘H-hour’ in Spain, a seven-hour time difference from South Korea. However, it appears that Dembele and PSG have reached an agreement and all that remains is for an official announcement.

Barcelona signed Dembele from Dortmund in 2017 after he broke out at the club. They shelled out a whopping €135 million for Dembele, who burst onto the German scene. It’s not a lot of money, but it’s a big deal for a player with so much potential.

Dembele’s arrival at Camp Nou was met with high expectations, but he hasn’t quite lived up to them. He has been plagued by injuries, both major and minor, and has never played a full season. To make matters worse, Barcelona were unwilling to renew his contract and the relationship between the club and Dembele reached a breaking point.

However, Dembele has since resurfaced. A strong second half of the 2021-22 season earned him a new two-year contract. In 2022-23, he continued to make an impact with every appearance. Dembele proved himself with ‘double-digit offensive points in Spanish La Liga for the second consecutive season (14-12)’.

An intense transfer market. Dembele received an offer from French giants PSG. Speculation quickly spread that he could be a surprise signing to replace Lionel Messi, who left for Inter Miami, and Kylian Mbappe, who refused to extend his contract. According to multiple Spanish outlets, Dembele reportedly holds a €50 million buyout that is valid until July 31.스포츠토토

Despite the expected time limit, a deal is expected to be finalized. Xavi expressed his disappointment that Dembele would be heading to PSG. Barcelona would be giving up Dembele, who cost them 190 billion won, for just 70 billion won. In simple math, that’s a loss of 120 billion won.

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