The terms of a potential deal had been reported in Spain and England in recent days, with final details such as payment deadlines and variables still to be negotiated between the two European giants.
It is understood that Barcelona will pay an upfront fee of â¬ 55million to Manchester City, for a player the Premier League champions signed for around Â£ 20million in the summer of 2020.
While we are still a week away from the official opening of the January transfer window, a new report has confirmed that a ‘full agreement‘is now in place between the three parties for the transfer to take place in the coming days.
It is according to Moi Llorens from ESPN, who reports that a transfer was made on Friday morning, with the final versions of the various contracts also completed, ready for the arrival of the Spain international.
ESPN also reports that Ferran Torres’s transfer from Manchester City to Barcelona could be made official on Monday, while the La Liga club are currently in talks with the league themselves to understand the sign-up process for their latest signing.
The departure of Ferran Torres and the subsequent influx of money from Camp Nou should pave the way for the signing of a renowned striker for the Etihad club next summer, with a number of goals under watch. city ââofficials.
The priority target would be Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland – who is expected to see his â¬ 75million release clause activated in the coming summer window, while Fiorentina record-breaking Dusan Vlahovic is also another player of interest.
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