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Barcelona star has turned down a contract renewal offer in a move away from the Nou Camp

Barcelona star has turned down a contract renewal offer in a move away from the Nou Camp

Barcelona star has turned down a contract renewal offer in a move away from the Nou Camp

The saga of Ousmane Dembele’s contract renewal is close to conclude, with the midfielder on the verge of leaving FC Barcelona.

The winger’s current deal with Barcelona runs out at the conclusion of the season. His entourage, on the other hand, has been in talks with the Barcelona board for months about a contract renewal.

Both parties have been trying to reach an agreement since March, but Dembele’s agent’s exorbitant expectations have proven to be the biggest roadblock for Barça.

After all, the Catalans are in the midst of an economic crisis and are unable to pay Moussa Sissoko, Ousmane Dembele’s agency, a large agent commission.

The story has apparently come to a conclusion, according to Diario AS, with Dembele rejecting Barcelona’s most recent offer. The Frenchman is expected to join Paris Saint-Germain after his contract expires at Camp Nou.

Sissoko’s agent was said to be in Paris over the weekend, meeting with PSG’s Nasser Al-Khelaifi. The Parisian giants are willing to satisfy the player’s high wage demands, seeing him as a perfect replacement for Angel Di Maria.

The Argentine international’s contract is up at Parc des Princes, and he has been linked with a move to Juventus. Despite being offered the chance to sign the PSG veteran by Barcelona, the attacker is most likely to move to Turin.

Dembele’s departure, on the other hand, comes as no surprise to Barcelona, as the club had never given up hope of persuading the player to stay at Camp Nou.

The Catalans’ pursuit of Raphinha could be accelerated as a result of the Frenchman’s anticipated exit to PSG, with the Leeds United attacker being named as the preferred replacement option for head coach Xavi.

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