FC Barcelona urgently needs to get players out of the squad. Because it is oversized and more signings have yet to arrive and also because at the moment it is not possible to register all the players due to fair play.
The Catalan giants want Frenkie De Jong to leave because he would leave money in the coffers and because he has one of the highest wage bills, but they are also considering reducing his salary as an alternative. And this is what they have told him.
The Dutch midfielder has already said actively and passively that he does not want to leave, especially not to Manchester United, who have made the best offer for the player.
Faced with this situation, Barça are studying different alternatives and in my opinion, the Catalan giants should consider selling Ter Stegen. His salary is very high, 7 million euros, and will increase even more next season. In addition, his performance is no longer the same as in the last few seasons. He's valued at €30m. Barça can generate over €40 from his sale, which is enough to help balance the wage bill, and ease the registration of Lewandowski and Raphinha.
The German goalkeeper would also leave money in the coffers and free up a high wage bill. Neto, who is on the market, and Iñaki Peña would remain in the squad.
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