Report FC Bayern continues to be interested in de Jong
The 2021– 22 period is the 122nd season in the existence of FC Barcelona and also the club s 91st consecutive season in the top flight of Spanish football. Along with the residential league, FC Barcelona will join this season s editions of the Copa del Rey, the Supercopa de España, and also the UEFA Champions League.
This is the very first period considering that 2003– 04 to not include Lionel Messi, who moved to Paris Saint-Germain.
Frenkie de Jong is currently celebrating the FC Barcelona in the noble country of Primera División. Since the Catalans have massive financial difficulties, the opportunities on medium-term Barcelonaing success are bad. This fact seems to take advantage of the FC Bayern and Manchester City and go to the Dutch of Spain.
For the proud transfer fee of 86 million euros, Frenkie de Jong moved to FC Barcelona in the summer of 2019 from Ajax Amsterdam. But instead of playing great titles with the Catalan Club, the 24-year-old is currently in the crisis with his employer.
With only 15 points, the FC Barcelona in the Primera División is currently only on the ninth place, which also threatens in the Champions League. Through the debt mountain of around 1.4 billion euros, Barca are bound their hands on the transfer market. Instead of investing in new players, 26-fold Spanish master depends on sales.
According to Calciomercato.com , FC Barcelona could generate important revenue through a transfer from De Jong. Accordingly, FC Bayern and Manchester City are interested in the central midfielder.
FC Bayern is already valid for a long time
The German record champion has already been associated with De Jong in the past. Last December, the Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo reported that FC Bayern is in contact with the player agent of De Jong. A change did not materialize.
Due to the financial imbalance of the FC Barcelona, potential prospects could be a new start in the coming months. De Jong is tied to Barca until 2026.
However, a club pays the exit clause of 400 million euros anchored in the contract, but appears extremely unlikely.