The executive director of Manchester City cooled the signing of the Portuguese by FC Barcelona
Tonight he will play at the Camp Nou during the charity game to raise funds in the fight against ALS
The icing on the cake for FC Barcelona’s sports project is Bernardo Silva. The Portuguese is the desired footballer to complete the Blaugrana squad for this new course, although time is not in favor of Xavi Hernández’s team. There is a week left for the transfer market to close definitively and from Manchester they have already taken charge of cooling the departure of their footballer.
In an interview given to Cadena SER’s ‘Què t’hi juguges’ program, the executive director of Manchester City, Ferran Soriano, stated that “it’s a bit late to talk about inputs and outputs”. Obviously, there is still a game to play, but time is against Barça.
This is a really complicated operation, since Bernardo Silva’s arrival at Camp Nou would be conditional on Frenkie de Jong’s departure from the Catalan capital. The Dutchman is still rooted in staying wearing the Barca jacket and the club’s salary limitations would prevent him from facing the incorporation of the Portuguese.
Despite the fact that the Manchester City player reached an agreement with FC Barcelona and that his wish is to be able to play at the Camp Nou, he will probably have to settle for doing it tonight dressed in ‘sky blue’ during the benefit meeting to raise funds in the fight against ALSpromoted by Juan Carlos Unzué.