Kanté and Aubameyang, new market opportunities in Barcelona’s sights

As reported by the British newspaper Mirror, N’Golo Kante and Pierre Emerick Aubameyang have become potential targets of FC Barcelona for the next summer transfer market. A piece of news that comes hand in hand with the situation of the club at an economic level.

Chelsea needs to get rid of several footballers in the summer with the aim of being able to have significant income and adjust their situation with the Financial Fair Play, in addition to the fact that Todd Boehly intends to continue incorporating stars to offer the greatest number of variants to the next coach.

Kanté and Aubameyang, new market opportunities in Barcelona’s sights

One of the names that will surely come out is Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, who has not had continuity with any of the coaches the club has had this season. The Gabonese wants to find a new destination where he can have minutes and be important.

On the other hand, N’Golo Kanté ends his contract in the summer and there is nothing concrete about his renewal at this time. The Frenchman has been free to negotiate with any club since January and is a market opportunity for any major team in Europe. Chelsea have the option to activate an option to extend his contract by one year, but that option runs out in May and the owners have not activated it. The Blaugrana team would offer the French a two-year contract.

FC Barcelona is very aware of the situation of both, taking into account that it can incorporate both players at a low price. The Gabonese would be an ideal option to be a substitute for Robert Lewandowski in the short term, taking into account that the incorporation of Vitor Roque has been complicated, and the Frenchman would be an interesting piece within the rotation in the midfield area.

Both are interesting options, but they are not the only ones that Joan Laporta and Xavi Hernández have in their sights to enhance these positions on the field.

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