'Sport1' reports that Barca did not like the fact that the Bavarians tried to boycott the Canary Islander's renewal until 2026 last summer, when they contacted the player's entourage to feel out his signing.
Fortunately for Barcelona, Pedri turned down Bayern, who also had some notorious differences with Laporta's side over the Superliga project. Later, with Sergiño Dest, something similar happened.
Barcelona intends to sell the American winger, but is not happy with the moves of the German team, who wanted to take advantage of the delicate economic situation at the Camp Nou to get two players of the future.
"It is true that Bayern have exchanged views with Barca players without informing Barcelona. I wouldn't say that the relationship between the clubs is very bad, but it certainly isn't what it used to be," they point out from 'Sport1'.
Now, the azulgrana club wants to counterattack by convincing Niklas Sule, who finishes his contract on June 30th. Bayern youngsters Kenan Yildiz and Gabriel Vidovic are also on the agenda of Barca, which wants to respond forcefully.