Barcelona Looks To Sign This Superstar In The Summer Transfer Window To Enhance Their Team.
By Remkay | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2078 views
Fc Barcelona are hoping to have the signature of the Bayern Munich midfielder as the Spanish side looks to strengthen their midfield options.
Thiago Alcantara who has been in Germany for the Bundesliga champions for almost 8 years, is now ready to leave his team on a free transfer at the end of the season. A lot of big and great teams in Europe are hoping to get him into their team and given his quality it is with no doubt that the Spaniard is capable to play for any team in Europe.
Thiago who has appeared in 36 games in all competitions for Bayern Munich this season and playing a total of 2,646 minutes for the German champions with a total of 3 goals and 2 assists, with the departure of Vidal drawing closer, Barcelona will look to replace his hardwork with a more technical player like Thiago which will bolster Barcelona's chances of winning the champions league next season.
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