Jean Michaël Seri could be still in Tie it 1 with the PSG


The Rome of Monchi, an obstacle for the signing of Seri

Published:9/06/2017 - 00:36h

Updated:10/06/2017 - 13:39h

As it publishes the "Gazzetta dello Sport", Monchi has a list of until eight players that for him would be fundamental for the future of the Rome. And one of them is Seri, one of the pretended by the FC Barcelona and that plays in the Nice

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Although the first option keeps on being Verratti, the technical office has continued tracking the market, and seems to have found to the perfect alternative to the Italian, the marfileño Jean Michaël Seri.

If Valverde considers him necessary, the Barça will begin to negotiate with the Nice for the incorporation of this midfield player of 25 years that, in spite of measuring only 1,65 metres, fits by his physical deployment, route and vision of game.

But to the Barcelona club has gone out him a hard competitor, the Rome of the ex sevillista Monchi, at present sportive director of the Italian club, that would have put his eyes in the African in case Leandro Walls (Zenith) does not accept the offer that have done him.

The PSG also would be interested in Seri

Curiously, the French group would be had to make a big offer by Jean Michael Seri to add more competition to his centre of the field. The player of the Nice, that also interests and a lot to the Barça, would have had a meeting the Monday with Nasser To the-Khelaïfi, president of the PSG, according to "Sportive World".

Something that surprises... And it could mean that Verratti could go out this summer? In any case, the PSG has ensured this Thursday that has of until 220 million euros to invest this summer. Unai Emery will not have excuses of face to the next course, will be able to schedule to his taste.

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