Rey Manaj, an Albanian striker, has been on the radar of a number of upper-mid table clubs for some time. The attacker has done a fine job of drawing attention throughout the continent, scoring twelve goals in 21 appearances for Barcelona B.
With Cadiz, Sassuolo, and Familicao close on his heels, another team has entered the race: Real Betis, according to Mundo Deportivo. Los Verdiblancos are looking for a striker to add to their team for the next season. They plan to move for Loren Moron from Andalusia, and Rey could be a perfect fit, Betis had been linked with Huesca loanee Rafa Mir. The Wolverhampton Wanderers striker put forth a lot of effort for the demoted club, netting 13 goals in 28 games. They've given up on the possibility of this deal and have their sights set on a far cheaper option.
Since his arrival in Barcelona, the Albanian has been nothing short of spectacular. He has four goals in three preseason games in 2021, including a hat trick against Gimnastic de Tarragona. In his most recent outing, he just needed seconds to worry the goalie, showing his offensive prowess.
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