Girona Eyeing Oriol Romeu Transfer as Barça Seeks Balance in Accounts


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Barça needs to enter before June 30 to balance their accounts and go to the transfer market in a normal situation that allows it to be reinforced with guarantees. There are several footballers who are on the starting ramp: Araujo, Marcos Alonso, Vitor Roque… One of them is Oriol Romeu, to whom Girona would open the doors wide, as Quique Cárcel, technical secretary, and Míchel, coach, have publicly stated.

The first said that “he is a great player, but it won’t be easy”, while the second went further: “From Barça I would take Oriol Romeu.” It gives the feeling, although in football you can never have anything one hundred percent clear, that Girona is going after Ulldecona. The obvious is often not obvious, but in this case the pieces seem to fit together.

And the person who has replaced Oriol Romeu on the pitch in the best season in Girona history is Aleix Garcia and he has done it in such a way that the Bundesliga champion has noticed him. Xabi Alonso, who will continue to lead Bayer Leverkusen next seasonhas made him an irrefutable offer and everything seems to indicate that the Ulldecona footballer will also head to Germany.

Money in box

This transfer, according to ‘Sky Germany’, would leave a figure between fifteen and twenty million euros in the red and white club’s coffers. This is an important operation that, indirectly, can affect Barça because it would allow Girona to go after Oriol Romeu. He has a contract until June 30, 2026, so it would be necessary to negotiate. Barça paid, as the club officially said, 3.4 million euros for him, of which only a third will have been amortized.

It does not seem, in any case, that there should be too many problems between the clubs until, when the time comes and if all the siren songs emerging from Montilivi are true, that Oriol Romeu can wear the Girona shirt again, with whom he would also play in the Champions League. The footballer would be delighted.

2024-05-28 08:34:03
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