In the midst of a transfer market in which Barcelona is desperately seeking a way to register the four signings they have made so far, as well as to renew the contract of Argentine Leo Messi, many are the European teams that seek to take advantage of the current scenario of the Barça team in other to take over players from the current squad led by Dutch coach Ronald Koeman.
One of the last teams to come to light is Bayern Munich, which according to the newspaper AS, would be interested in agreeing a double move with Barcelona to gain the services of the American right-back Sergiño Dest and the Spanish midfielder Sergi Roberto. In a double operation that, as we say, would serve the Barça team to slightly alleviate the extremely serious economic situation they have been going through in recent years.
While Sergi Roberto is a transferable asset at the moment, having recently been related to top-level European teams such as Manchester City, the same does not happen in the case of Dest, who was already on the Bayern Munich radar at the time when he was an Ajax Amsterdam player, but the economic situation of the Catalan team could cause a double sale in order to find those definitive solutions to meet their goal in the transfer market, even if this means getting rid of the players who must have an important role in the team for the next season.
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