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The offer that Barcelona would have made to Lautaro Martinez to convince him to leave Inter would include a salary that is difficult to refuse. The Argentine will receive 12 million a year, plus a bonus, for five years.
RAC1' reports that up to seven people, five footballers and two members of the coaching staff, tested positive in the first tests carried out in Barcelona, all of them asymptomatic, at the beginning of the pandemic, weeks before the beginning of the training sessions.
Xavier Mbuyamba is on the agendas of Chelsea and Madrid. Both clubs have the Barcelona youngster on their wishlists. According to the 'Daily Star', the Blues are currently best positioned to sign the centre-back.
According to 'RAC1', the club prefers to follow the evolution of the Frenchman's injury closely this time and will not allow him to travel to the country where he recovered from previous physical mishaps.
Quique Setién's men returned to training after a rest day, with a session on pitches two and three at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper.
Following Hertha Berlin's interest in the American, Monaco and Nice have emerged as possible transfer options for the winger.
The Monaco midfielder reviewed his career with Rio Ferdinand in his podcast 'The Locker Room' and analyzed his best coaches.
The squad move into phase 4 of the training protocol.
Although it has been spoken about the Camp Nou being closed doors until February 2021, it is true that Barca continue to think that there may be fans back this season.
Massimo Cellino, president of the Brescia, confirmed Barcelona's interest in the 'new Pirlo' and recognized that there was even an offer that was rejected.
'Mundo Deportivo' reminded its readers that Barcelona had chances to sign both Marcus Rashford and Alphonso Davies, two footballers who have shown their best versions in this 2019-20 season, and thanks to their age, the best is yet to come for both of them.