Barcelona launch third bid for Willian

Barcelona launch third bid for Willian

Barcelona launch third bid for Willian

They have now identified Chelsea's Brazilian winger Willian as the ideal substitute and have made a third bid in order to secure his services.

After Barca's second bid of €59m was rejected, they returned with an offer of €61m.

However, according to the Daily Mail, Chelsea want United to launch an offer of their own in order to start a bidding war.

And it is reported that Hart's low price-tag of £5million appeals to Maurizio Sarri, with Chelsea looking to invest heavily in other positions after already capturing Jorginho for £57million.

The Catalan giants are believed to have offered around £55million for the Brazil global, who is a key target for the club this summer.

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But during the campaign, the 29-year-old was asked about a potential reunion with fellow countryman Philippe Coutinho in Spain.

Mourinho was pessimistic about the club's chances of signing more players this summer during a press conference on United's pre-season tour but the club are working hard on two more deals.

Hart would also increase Chelsea's quota of homegrown players, something else that would appeal as they look to stock up on new foreign talent.

The same report claims that Juve need to sell due to UEFA's Financial Fair Player rules after they signed Cristiano Ronaldo for £105m.

"We see a lot of things on the internet, but this is not the time to talk about this".


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