Barcelona and Semedo has set out on new agreement arrangements with the player great structure since the restart of the group.
The Portuguese is relied upon to sign another contract until 2025 after his agent's ineffective endeavors to sell him.
Barcelona and Nelson Semedo's amazing specialist Jorge Mendes have continued the agreement dealings, Mundo Deportivo uncover.
The Catalans are wanting to secure the Portuguese until 2025, additionally improving his compensation and rising the €100m discharge proviso.
Prior to that, the full-back was one of the principle contender to leave the club with Manchester City, Inter and Juventus named as his admirers.
Be that as it may, Mendes' endeavors to sell his customer haven't been effective and Semedo's future has changed totally.
The 26-year-old has begun in Barca's last seven group games, winning an essential punishment in the 2-2 Atletico Madrid draw.
This season is still on going and clubs are set to start buying players of their choice.
Both Barcelona and Manchester City are also looking forward too.
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