sport news Barcelona boss Xavi refused to rule out sale of 'fundamental' Frenkie De Jong ... trends now

sport news Barcelona boss Xavi refused to rule out sale of 'fundamental' Frenkie De Jong ... trends now
sport news Barcelona boss Xavi refused to rule out sale of 'fundamental' Frenkie De Jong ... trends now

sport news Barcelona boss Xavi refused to rule out sale of 'fundamental' Frenkie De Jong ... trends now

Barcelona boss Xavi refuses to rule out the sale of 'fundamental' Frenkie de Jong due to Catalan giants' woeful financial situation... and Manchester United are strong suitors for the highly-rated Dutchman Xavi did refused to rule out potential sale of Frenkie de Jong to help finances Barcelona manager described midfielder as amongst his most important players United interested in de Jong who played under new boss Erik ten Hag at Ajax Barcelona want £70million and de Jong expects Champions League football 

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Barcelona manager Xavi wants to keep 25-year-old Frenkie de Jong at the club, but admits financial problems could force a sale in summer. 

Although de Jong is one of Xavi's most important players, he may also represent a quick way for Barcelona to generate funds with the likes of Manchester United monitoring the situation closely. 

In January 2021, Barcelona revealed considerable debt totalling an estimated £1.02billion as a result of financial mismanagement. 

Barcelona boss Xavi played 767 games for the club, scoring 85 goals and winning 25 trophies

The report showed Barcelona still owe £112million to various clubs for the purchases of Philippe Coutinho, Malcom, de Jong, Arthur and Arturo Vidal, several of whom are no longer at the club.

Xavi said: 'For me he is a very important player. He has been a starter almost all the time. 

'He is a fundamental footballer but then there is the economic situation, on which we all depend.

'We need to know the financial situation in order to make some decisions and then we will take one decision

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