The 3 clubs fighting to sign Abde

ez abde is breaking it in Osasuna. At 21 years old, the Moroccan has found his place in Pamplona. On loan from FC Barcelona until the end of the season, good old Abde has been able to quickly adapt to the game proposed by Jagoba Arrasate and is a key player in Berriatua’s schemes. The attacker from Morocco has played absolutely everything since he landed in Pamplona and already has five goals and two assists in the 26 games played. In addition, goals that have been very useful, not only as points, but also to help Osasuna reach a new final in the Copa del Rey. Now, from Can Barça they are rubbing their hands due to the great interest of several European clubs.

The three teams fighting to sign Abde

  1. Real Betis: The great wish of Ramón Planes as soon as he takes command of the Verdiblanca sports management is Abde. As we already reported in fichajes.net, the Moroccan is the first name on the agenda for the Betic team if they manage to qualify for the Champions League. The great economic income that this would cause would lead Betis to launch with everything for Abde.
  2. Atletico Madrid: The departure of Yannick Carrasco to FC Barcelona next summer, due to the clause that appears in his contract, could be the key that opens the doors of the signing of Abde by Atleti. However, in the last weeks the discontent has grown between both directives by the situation of the Belgian, by what could complicate everything.
  3. Chelsea F.C.: from the Premier League there is also interest in Abde. The London club is in low hours and the signing of the Moroccan would give it a breath of fresh air. According to ‘FC Barcelona News‘, these three teams are the best positioned for the transfer of the Moroccan, but Barça will have the last word. In addition, it should be noted that Abde has a contract with the Catalans until 2026 and a clause of 200 million euros.
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