Despite the latest information that spoke about a possible disembarkation in exchange for an amount less than €60 million, Manchester City is clear about Bernardo Silva and will not allow his departure for a price lower than €94 million.
Possessor of a tremendously comfortable economic situation that in addition to closing the incorporation of the best players in the world regardless of their price also allows them to retain their stars, Manchester City will not make it easy for Bernardo Silva (28 years old) to leave.
The Portuguese interior, one of the big names on the culé agenda with a view to becoming the icing on the cake of Joan Laporta's 2022-2023 project, would welcome the possibility of landing in Barcelona. This situation has triggered optimism within the league runner-up, from where it is pointed out that the signing could be closed in exchange for an amount that is between €50 and €60 million.
A clear position of Manchester City
However, from the upper echelons of the citizen squad they are not willing to allow the departure of an important player (50 games with 13 goals and 7 assists last year) if a significant amount is not entered in return. This is indicated by the information published in this regard by the Daily Mail.
And it is that said source points out that from the English champion any agreement with FC Barcelona has been denied by the Portuguese and rates his departure at no less than 80 million pounds (94.5 M €). In view of the state of FC Barcelona's coffers, there is no doubt that it is a tremendously complicated amount to assume.
This increase in transfer fee by Manchester City will cause a huge blow to Barcelona considering their financial status. Manchester City in a way are also protecting their star from leaving the club this summer.
Will Barcelona be able to meet Manchester City's asking price?
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