For some weeks Frankie de Jong is traded from FC Barcelona at Bavaria. Now the German record master is obviously in the offensive. A change could still go on the stage in January. Or not?
As the March reports, FC Bayern’s leaders have contacted the consultants of Frankie de Jong.
According to the report of Spanish Jong contracts direction, the Munich people wanted to take the Dutch midfielder still under contract in this winter. Should such an undertaking but fail, a new start should be dared in summer.
De Long’s contract at the FC Barcelona is still dated until 2026. Nevertheless, the midfielder is considered a possible sale candidate. The 24-year-old allegedly does not matter in the planning of Barça and received the release.
According to periods of the Catalans on a transfer fee of 60 million euros, they are prepared to meet a possible customer financially. Most recently, the Daily Mail had reported that FC Chelsea Barça has submitted an offer of 40 million euros. Also, Manchester United was already traded as a customer.
Definitely no winter change to FC Bayern?
De Long moved in the summer of 2019 for 86 million euros from Ajax Amsterdam to the FC Barcelona. However, the national player could not always meet the high expectations.
However, according to information from SKY, there will certainly not be a transfer in January. The reason: The high transfer fee, which the Munich will not pay by no circumstances – discount back or forth. However, the sources of the TV station confirmed that the German record champion has been interested in De Long for years.
De Long’s father lets
Most recently, De Long’s father John has expressed himself to the speculation for the athletic future of his son.
There, the weather is often miserable, said the Dutch Algerian Dabbled via Munich and Manchester: Of course it’s about football, but that also plays a role. Of course, I know that Barcelona needs money and a great deal For Frankie could help, but I do not think that happens so soon. However, the five European top clubs have called all. Which clubs are exactly, he left open.