Lionel Messi former Barcelona teammate, Jean-Clair Todibo has revealed one of the perceived special treatments the Argentine international was given when he was at Camp Nou. Messi is a phenomenal and iconic footballer who will always remain in the hearts of every true Barcelona fans for his pivotal contributions in the history of the club.
7 Confirmed Departures. 7. Junior Firpo Position: Left back Club: Leeds United. Transfer Fee: €15m 6. Jean-Clair Todibo Position: Centre back Club: OGC Nice Transfer Fee: €8.50m 5. Carles Alena Position: Central midfield Club: Getafe Transfer Fee: €5m
Barcelona are on the verge of confirming their second summer departure, with left-back Junior Firpo set to join Leeds United in England. Jean-Clair Todibo was the first player to depart the club this summer as Ligue 1 outfit OGC Nice exercised their right to extend his loan deal permanently.
Barcelona defender on loan at OGC Nice has publicly blasted the Catalan giants once again, for the second time in space of 2 months.
Nigeria striker Terem Moffi could end his first-ever season in France with two awards despite missing out on the Marc-Vivien Foe Awards.Moffi, who was little-known when he joined Lorient from Belgian club KV Kortrijk for a record €8m in the summer has been in terrific form this season The 21-year-old has notched 14 league goals in 23 starts for Lorient and has broken a couple of records along the way.
Barcelona are highly impressive in the Laliga this season.They are in the Laliga race this season alongside Atletico madrid, Real madrid and Sevilla.Barcelona must win all their remaining fixtures in the Laliga if they are to lift the Laliga trophy this season.Some Barcelona young players were loaned out from the club after failing to make an impact in the matches they played for Barcelona.
According to latest reports Barcelona is unable to register new players due to their financial situation, the Catalan team are said to be in huge debt and they have also exceeded their wage bill. Last week Javier Tobias (Laliga Present) revealed that Barcelona would have to make huge changes to their financial accounts before to they can register any new player and also renew Lionel Messi's contract.
Two months after admitting he would like to stay in OGC Nice, Jean-Clair Todibo wish is set to come to pass as the French club are close to exercising his buyout option. Due to lack of playing time, the 21 years joined OGC Nice on a long season loan in order to get more game time.
Today's Headlines: Barcelona Sell Jean Clair Todibo To Nice, Man Utd Set To Meet Edouardo's Entourage Next Week
1. Done Deal: OGC Nice has completed the signing of Jean Clair Todibo from Barcelona. He joined the French for a fee worth €8.5m + add ons. There's no buy back clause according to Fabrizo Romano. 2. Manchester United will start talks with Edouardo Camavinga's entourage next week to convince the French midfielder to join Manchester United this summer, Paris Saint Germain is also interested in signing the French youngster.
Lionel Messi, also known as Leo Messi, is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a forward for Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain and captains the Argentina national team. He's regarded as one of the best football in history, due to his achievements and glories with Barcelona and Argentina.
Barcelona Sold Out Jean-Clair Todibo: French Ligue 1 outfit OGC Nice have signed Barcelona's defender Jean-Clair Todibo after they permanented his loan deal from the Laliga giants. Nice paid £8.5million for the defender. Todibo was initially loan out last season to OGC Nice, but after an impressive performance with the Ligue 1 side he was rewarded with a permanent contract.
Barcelona French defender on loan at OGC Nice, is not a fan of the club after his controversial reply to Barca's chances of making it to the Uefa champions League last 8.
The summer of 2021 was expected to be a time of enormous upheavals, but it turned out to be a huge letdown. Barcelona have only been able to part ways with a few players, none of whom have posed a substantial financial burden on the club, Carles Alena, Konrad de la Fuente, and Jean-Clair Todibo have all left Barça, but their departures have had minimal influence overall, Philippe Coutinho, one of Barcelona's biggest financial liabilities, may stay another year, according to Barcelona journalist Gerard Romero (h/t Twitch).
Barcelona have received a major boost as one of their injured players has resumed training.Barcelona have been rocked by the arrests of club officials and others, including former president Josep Maria Bartomeu, as new details of the BarcaGate scandal come to light.
Lionel Messi has agreed on a five-year deal with Barcelona but will take a 50% pay cut to stay at Camp Nou until he is 39. The amount expected to be reduced due to this decision is £250,000 per week, which will help the club in its battle to achieve some form of financial stability.
Lionel Messi becomes a free agent once again in his career after failing to sign a contract extension last summer. Barcelona have been doing their best to convince their talisman to sign a new contract. Due to all the signings that Barcelona made this summer they are unable to register new players, because of the financial fair play rules which state that no club should exceed the maximum amount of 200 million euros.
Barcelona flop Jean-Clair Todibo has finally left the club permanently, joiningNice for an initial fee of €8.5 million that can rise by a further €7m. Todibo spent the second half of the2020-21 season on loan at Nice – making 17 appearances - and the Ligue 1 club have now exercised their option to make the move permanent.
The West Londoners are considering loan move for 20-goals Barcelona and center forward. According to reports The Catalan club cannot register new arrivals until they trim their wage bill further, they are under pressure to offload some big name players ahead of the 2021/22 season. However, the blues board could move for Antoine Griezmann as an alternative for Borussia Dortmund Wonderkid Erling Braut Haaland.
Jean-Clair Todibo, Nice's new signing in the winter transfer window, reviewed his past experiences in an interview with L'Équipe, before his return to Ligue 1, after joining the French club on loan with an option to buy, which, as he has already stated, he will do everything possible to ensure that the option is exercised. He valued his move to Barça as a great experience and, above all, as a constant apprenticeship alongside the best. He also commented on his time at Schalke. The young centre-back was asked
Barcelona youngster Jean-Clair Todibo claims that playing in the French lower league side Sedan would be better than watching from the sidelines at the Camp Nou.The Frenchman also pointed out that there is far less criticism at the Championnat National 2 club than there is at Barcelona.