FC Barcelona are reportedly leading the race to sign two top stars as they look to work towards getting back to the top.
Barcelona are currently leading the race to sign two of their summer targets. The Catalans are looking to add quality in their squad this summer as they look to avoid a repeat of last season and this season when they begin their next campaign.
Barcelona have already made a breakthrough in their bid to sign Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum. Reports has suggested that the Camp Nou side have already recorded about 95% progress and would likely secure a free transfer move for him this summer.
Wijnaldum is expected to be a Barca player by the end of this season as Liverpool won't he offering him a new contract.
Also, Barca are leading the race to sign Rapid Vienna star Demir, according to top football outlet, ESPN.
Barcelona are looking to add the attacking midfielder to their squad, with their manager Ronald koeman already impressed with wht he has heard about the young midfielder who is showing a lot promise already.
However, Barcelona are not the only ub interested in signing the 17-year-old star, with reports claiming that Premier league sides Manchester United and Manchester City, with Bundesliga sides Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are also interested in signing the midfielder.
Demir is contracted to Rapid Vienna till the summer of 2022 and has looked at home since he made his first-team debut for the club in the year 2019.
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