THE PALMEIRAS PUTS HASTE To THE BARÇA
The Borussia offers more than the double that the Barça by Yerry Mina
Published:14/12/2017 - 12:56h
Updated:14/12/2017 - 12:56h
Yerry Mina keeps on being aim of the FC Barcelona to reinforce his defence. Nevertheless, the Palmeiras is putting haste to the Barcelona team so that it decide what before since it has an offer of 25 millions of the Borussia Dortmund
Yerry Mina is one of the names that appear in the list of signings that handles the technical office to reinforce the position that situates in the axis of the defence. The central Colombian is the first option of the FC Barcelona for paliar the more than possible drop of Javier Mascherano in January.
The technical office of the FC Barcelona has excellent reports on Yerry Mina. The central Colombian would contribute defensive solidity, height and physical power thanks to his height of 195 centimetres. His speed, however, would be his heel of aquiles.
The FC Barcelona has a preferential option of purchase fixed in 10 million euros, but would be for summer. If the Barcelona team wants to incorporate to the Colombian in January, would have to renegotiate his price with the Palmeiras, his current club. However, the Catalan entity will not do any movement until it do not define the future of Mascherano.
Nevertheless, the Palmeiras is putting haste so that the Barça decide what before. The Brazilian team has received, as it informs Sportive World this Thursday, an offer that arrives to the 25 million euros. On the other hand, the agreement that the Palmeiras signed with the Barcelona avoids that they can negotiate freely by the defender and sell it to the German team.
The Dortmund, old rival
Although the Barça keeps a good relation with the Ajax, has to walk with care with the intromisión of the Borussia Dortmund. The Catalans would do well to learn of the case of Ousmane Dembélé, by the one who bid does a year and finish going to the Bundesliga, to go back some afterwards turn# into months a signing multimillionaire for the Barcelona. 140 millions cost the French.