Xavi and his men slipped to a shocking 1-0 defeat against Almeria last night as they failed to extend their lead against Carlo Amcelotti's men. The Catalan giants will be hoping to get back to winning ways when they lock horns with Real Madrid in their next game in the Copa del Rey competition this week.
One player that has been linked with a move to Camp Nou this summer is Gundogan.
According to reports coming from Joan Fontes, Barcelona has already commenced the process of signing Gundogan on a free transfer in the summer transfer window.
The report has it that, last Wednesday, the club officials including president Joan Laporta met Manchester City sporting director Txiki Begiristain and the club CEO Ferran Soriano to discuss the future of Gundogan.
The report claims that Barça also has an excellent relationship with Gundogan’s uncle, who acts as an agent for the German international.
Fontes further adds that Gundogan is holding out for a two-year contract and a salary of €10 million per season from the Blaugranas. It remains to be seen if these reports are true.
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