Barcelona ‘will enter into talks with Ilaix Moriba over new contract’ amid Manchester United interest
Barcelona ‘enters talks with Ilaix Moriba over new three-year deal’ amid interest in Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea 18-year-old midfielder
- Barcelona in talks with Ilaix Moriba about a new three-year contract
- The 18-year-old midfielder’s current contract runs until the summer of 2022
- Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are interested in Moriba
Barcelona will hold talks with Ilaix Moriba next week about a new contract with interest from several leading clubs.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea are all reportedly interested in the midfielder, who has just over a year left on his current contract.
As reported by BrandBarcelona are determined to keep the 18-year-old and will try to persuade him to stay.
Barcelona plan to talk to Ilaix Moriba about a new deal amid interest from elsewhere
Barcelona are set to offer Moriba a new three-year deal to avoid a scenario that would allow him to negotiate a pre-contract agreement with non-Spanish clubs from January next year.
It had been suggested that Moriba’s wage demands are excessive, but the Catalan club will still do their very best to keep him.
Moriba’s current deal expires in June 2022 and Barcelona is determined to keep his services
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United would have made a ‘fixed offer’ for Moriba
Moriba broke through in the Barcelona first team this season when he made 18 appearances in all competitions, scoring once and providing three assists.
according to Sports worldUnited have made a ‘fixed offer’ for Moriba, who was born in Guinea but represented Spain at Under-17 level.
Moriba has a £86million buyout clause and has made his way through the ranks of Barcelona’s academy after joining the club at the age of seven.