It CONFIRMS IT SCOLARI
The Barça would have to pay 40 millions if it wants to Paulinho
Published:26/06/2017 - 17:33h
Updated:26/06/2017 - 17:54h
In an information of which does echo the "Newspaper Sport", the Brazilian trainer Scolari has confirmed that the Barça would have to credit a near quantity to the 40 million euros if it wants to reinforce with Paulinho, a player that is in China
They follow arriving informations from Brazil and Chinese in relation to a possible signing of the Barça by Paulinho, a more economic option that Verratti but that of course does not like so much to the Barcelona fans, anxious for seeing to the Italian with the elastic culé the next season. The Brazilian likes to directors.
"The clause of rescission of Paulinho is of 40 million euros and any Chinese club would leave to go to his key players because it would be difficult and rare find to a substitute because of the new norms that have implanted in the League", affirmed Scolari recently. And there, in the Asian country, have sufficient power as to equalise the offers.
Nevertheless, the club stirs other options to the two quoted previously. As we have commented this morning, the midfield player of the Athletic Saúl could be one of the elected and Robert Fernández already would have gathered until in three occasions with the Spanish youngster, that is signing a scandalous European sub-21.
The player recognises an interest
Although it can seem lie and this name have appeared almost out of nowhere, the own Paulinho recognised to "Globe Esporte" that the Barcelona club wants him. "The Barça contacted with my agent. It exists an offer but right now am in a happy stage in my life and my career. It treats of a situation in the is difficult to take a decision", sentenced. We will see in what finishes everything.
Even the ex-president Sandro Rosell was very interested in the contracting of the "all-Brazilian" terrain after this won a big quantity of important titles with the Corinthians and besides showed a spectacular performance in the Glass Confederations 2013.