Marcos Alonso’s future at FC Barcelona remains uncertain due to a series of complications with his registration. Although the left-back appears to have his place in the Culé team’s dynamic, resolving his situation has become complex, which could see the ex-Chelsea player exploring new opportunities before the transfer market closes. And Wolverhampton have started to show interest.
In the offices of the sports director of FC Barcelona, the hustle and bustle never stops. The club recently managed to solve one of their most difficult problems by loaning Sergiño Dest to PSV. Now the focus is on other open issues and the uncertain future of players like Marcos Alonso.
The Premier League club who want Marcos Alonso
Alonso’s fate at Barcelona is uncertain. Although the club have repeatedly confirmed that they have him in their squad, they aren’t ruling out his potential departure either. Currently, the player isn’t in the squad for EA Sports’ La Liga game against Cádiz as, like the day before, he couldn’t be registered despite the club’s efforts to include him and solve defensive problems following Ronald Araújo’s injury.
There are rumors about a possible transfer of Marcos Alonso to the Premier League, information from the journalist Gerard Romero. Although the interested team has not yet been announced, rumors point to Wolverhampton.
The Premier League’s interest in the Spanish winger is not surprising given his track record in English football, including a notable stint at Chelsea FC and experience at Sunderland AFC and Bolton Wanderers.
Although Marcos Alonso is not the undisputed starter at Barcelona, the club could consider offers if they are attractive, especially given the high salaries and the impact on the salary cap. Furthermore, the recent signing of João Cancelo brings additional competition at left-back. Barcelona also seem aware that in case of a potential loss of Álex Balde, they have options at the subsidiary with Edu Sánchez and Mika Faye as backups.
As the transfer market evolves, Marcos Alonso’s status at FC Barcelona will continue to be a subject of speculation and his potential Premier League exit adds an interesting element to this developing story.