The Spanish global's transition to Camp Nou appears to be fast approaching
Barcelona and Chelsea are in exceptionally progressed talks for Spanish worldwide focus back César Azpilicueta and an understanding is currently impending, as per a report from Cat Radio. The report likewise guarantees the arrangement will be finished at a somewhat little cost as the player just has one year left on his agreement with the Blues.
Barça's quest for Azpilicueta has happened for quite some time and an arrangement is at last working out as expected after a long discussion with the London club. Despite the fact that Chelsea are supposedly enraged with the Catalans because of the Raphinha and Jules Koundé twofold capture, they are as yet expected to regard the player's craving to move to Camp Nou and finish an arrangement.
Azpilicueta has been one of Xavi Hernández's needs for the late spring move window to overhaul the rigth-back position and give both a contender and an accomplished guide for Sergiño Dest. Azpilicueta has been quite possibly of the most reliable safeguard in Europe since joining Chelsea, and if his transition to Camp Nou is without a doubt affirmed he can in any case play two or three years at an undeniable level in a place of need for the Catalan.
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