Barcelona are keen in signing 23-year-old defender amid Chelsea Cesar Azpilicueta transfer

According to Barcauniversal in a new report from Diario SPORT has offered a report on Barcelona’s quest for another right-back.

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Barcelona have been basically connected with a move for Cesar Azpilicueta. Be that as it may, at 32 years old, the Chelsea star must be a momentary arrangement, who makes certain to draw in a rewarding compensation parcel at Camp Nou.

In view of that, the club executives are investigating the chance of marking Dodo from Shakhtar Donetsk.

A right-back in terms of professional career, the Brazilian is named as the ‘new Dani Alves’ following his great exhibitions in Ukraine. He succeeds in going ahead and is in fact keen to the point of flourishing in La Liga.

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Since joining the club in 2018, Dodo has shown up for Shakhtar, enrolling 17 assist while scoring five goals.

Yet, the 23-year-old feels his time at Shakhtar Donetsk is finished, not least due to Russia’s continuous intrusion of Ukraine. He accepts he is prepared to make the following stride in his profession, with Barcelona among the clubs thinking about a move in the approaching summer.

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A transition to Camp Nou could end up being a shrewd move for both the club and the player. Barça are needing a solid long haul choice at right-back – somebody who can act as a delegate for either Azpilicueta or Alves, before ultimately accepting the responsibility.

Dodo possesses all the necessary qualities well because of his hostile ability and physicality on the right-hand side of the pitch.

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His expected appearance, however, could unquestionably preclude Sergino Dest’s future at Camp Nou. The American worldwide himself is searching for an exit plan in the wake of battling to satisfy the hopes over the recent years.

Barcelona, however, could confront fierce opposition in the competition to sign Dodo, who is in the crosshair of Bayern Munich and main opponents Real Madrid.