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Barca bought a lack of strikers to replace Luis Suarez

Barca’s Luis Suarez deals in the winter transfer window this year are all at a dead end.
According to Marca , the deal to recruit striker Rodrigo from Valencia broke down when the Mestalla team owner took the initiative to cause conflicts and decided not to sell people.

Earlier, Barca planned to have Rodrigo in a detour. Specifically, the Nou Camp team plans to spend money to recruit Bruno Fernandes from Sporting Lisbon, then push the midfielder to Valencia on loan to get Rodrigo. The intermediary in this transfer was super having Jorge Mendes.


However, MU spent more and prepared to get the Portuguese midfielder. The transfer thus broke down.

This is the second defeat in Barca’s transfer window as a striker. Earlier, Barca was said to be close to recruiting Osasuna’s Chimy Avila. Marca also emphasized the agent of the rising striker went to the Camp Nou to start negotiations.

However, Avila then broke his knee ligament and the deal broke down.

Recruiting strikers is Barca’s first choice during the winter transfer window when Suarez is injured and is likely to leave the season. Many famous strikers are targeted as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ( Arsenal ) or Lautaro Martinez (Inter).

However, it all stopped at rumors. Rodrigo and Avila are Barca’s most solid business, but ultimately failed for various reasons.


According to Marca , Barca is turning to the 3rd striker in the transfer window this winter. It was the captain of Ajax, Dusan Tadic. Former Southampton player was the top scorer of the Dutch league last season with 28 goals.

Transfer specialist Gianluca Di Marzio said Tadic’s representative would fly to the Camp Nou on January 29 to discuss the transfer. Barca’s asking price has not been determined, but is not considered too high when Tadic was 32 years old.

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