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Barcelona’s board of directors met with a superagent to discuss the transfer of three players

Barcelona's board of directors met with a superagent to discuss the transfer of three players

Barcelona’s board of directors met with a superagent to discuss the transfer of three players

Barcelona board members including president Joan Laporta, vice president Rafa Yuste, and sporting director Mateu Alemany met with superagent Jorge Mendes on Thursday to discuss the cases of Adama Traore, Francisco Trincao, and Nico Gonzalez.

According to Mundo Deportivo, officials from both parties met for dinner in Barcelona’s Via Veneto restaurant and addressed each incident in depth.

Before discussing Adama Traore’s future, Mendes required a strong understanding of Barcelona’s intentions. The 26-year-old winger has four assists to his name but has yet to score since joining on loan in January.

Ousmane Dembele’s comeback pushed the Wolves loanee to the bench, despite the fact that he began off as a regular first-team member.

Traore’s role has been reduced to that of a second fiddle, with only 61 minutes played in Barcelona’s last three home games.

Trincao, on the other hand, has had his fair share of chances this season, making 27 appearances across all competitions, but his lack of goal involvement (2 goals and 1 assist) suggests Wolves may reconsider their decision in the summer.

It should be noted that his contract with the Premier League club does not include an obligatory buy clause.

Finally, with the arrival of Franck Kessie in the summer, Nico Gonzalez, a midfielder, may see his playing time decreased.

Xavi will have a multitude of midfield options starting in the 2022-23 season, so Mendes’ desire to learn more about Barça’s plans for their young midfielder is understandable.

The 20-year-old has aroused attention from a number of large European teams, despite having a contract until 2024, according to the conversation. At the same time, it has not been ruled out that he will sign a new contract with Barcelona.

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