In his new deal with Man City, Bernardo Silva “included a get-out clause that will allow him to transfer to European giants”

Sep 14, 2023

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LONDON, England – With the extension of Bernardo Silva’s contract with Manchester City came a significant wage boost, underscoring his value to the group. Although he committed his future to the Premier League champions, rumors of a transfer to Barcelona still persist.

According to Mundo Deportivo, there have been rumors about Silva’s desire to join Barcelona for the previous two years. The main obstacle to this interest has been Manchester City’s expensive valuation of the player, which stood at £86 million. Barcelona was unable to complete the trade due to financial limitations.

Silva made sure his new contract had a £50 million release clause to allow for a prospective transfer to Barcelona. Despite the fact that this represents a big decrease from the prior valuation, it opens the door for a transfer in the future, perhaps this summer.

It’s still unclear whether Barcelona is the only team eligible for this discounted rate or if other teams that might be interested also qualify, especially in light of recent ties between Paris Saint-Germain and a number of Saudi Arabian clubs. Silva nonetheless seems adamant about moving into the Nou Camp by the summer of 2019.

Given Barcelona’s desire, Bernardo Silva is not the only player whose club has negotiated a release clause in this manner. These developments highlight the grandeur and allure of the Catalan club, which continues to draw the best players in the world of football.

Dani Olmo, a gifted forward from Spain who presently competes for RB Leipzig, has also just signed a new deal. Olmo has a history with Barcelona, having once excelled in the club’s junior academy, and there have been recurrent speculations about him moving back to his native country.

According to reports, Olmo’s new deal contains a £52 million release clause that Barcelona can reportedly activate in 2024. This provision essentially opens the door for a potential return to his previous team, raising the stakes for Barcelona’s foreseeable future.

Barcelona won the LaLiga championship last season under the guidance of Xavi Hernandez, but their recent transfer activity has been somewhat quiet in comparison to prior seasons. Ilkay Gundogan, a midfielder from Manchester City, and Inigo Martinez, a defender from Athletic Bilbao, were both acquired by the club on free transfers as part of the club’s cost-effective strategy. Barcelona’s dedication to financial discipline while maintaining the highest level of competition is shown in these signings, which point to a calculated approach meant to improve the team without going over budget.

The fact that Olmo’s contract has a release clause not only highlights the player’s potential value to Barcelona but also suggests the club’s ambition to sign top talent in the future. Barcelona has a history of developing native stars and luring bright players from all around the world to maintain their standing as a footballing superpower, and their pursuit of young prospects like Olmo is consistent with that heritage.

Oriol Romeu, an ex-Chelsea anchorman, received a £3 million contract.

Joao Cancelo and Joao Felix, both of Atletico Madrid and City, were acquired on loan by Barca on the final day of the window.

However, they received almost £90 million in profits, which gave their financial situation a big boost.

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