Just In: Two Barcelona Players Given Letters of Freedom Amid New Policies

While the monetary issues at Barcelona could to some degree ease following the gathering vote to proceed with the offer of a 49.9% stake in BLM, the Catalans actually need to offload undesirable players to let loose space on the compensation bill.

Samuel Umtiti and Neto

In any case, that is representing an issue as players like Martin Braithwaite and Miralem Pjanic are not precisely enthused about leaving, while a few different stars don’t have admirers on the lookout.

It could compel Barcelona to consider elective measures to head out in different directions from such players. 

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What’s more, the source reports that the Blaugrana are now contemplating the chance of giving the ‘letter of opportunity’ to two stars in Samuel Umtiti and Neto, to dispose of the pair this mid year.

Neto is on high wages and is a short term goalkeeper and the club are determined to shed his compensation from the finance. 

The Brazilian goalkeeper himself is excited about getting an exit from Camp Nou this mid year however very few clubs are arranging to sign him.

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Serie A side Lazio are supposed to be available to mark Neto, yet would just think about a free exchange. Furthermore, Barcelona giving a letter of opportunity to the shot-plug could assist with working with a change back to Italy for the previous Juventus star.

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Then again, Umtiti’s circumstance is considerably more confounded. While Barcelona are prepared to commonly settle on the end of his agreement, the protector isn’t drawing in a ton of interest, confounding issues for the club and the player.

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There have been reports of interest from his country of France, yet any move would expect him to accept a decrease in salary, which he may be hesitant to do, having previously consented to diminish his wages when he marked a descending reestablishment in January.

It is not yet clear what way Barcelona choose as they hope to make room on their pay bill to account for new signings.