The assignments have also been an opportunity to take minutes and experience to return more experienced and mature outside the owner group, and with more opportunities to be relevant in the origin organization. But there will be no placid return for the Barça footballers who were on loan for this campaign. They will not immediately return. The company Barça plans to part with them all. His marches respond to economic and sporting reasons. Coutinho, Todibo, Aleñá, Wagué, Rafinha, and Oriol Busquets quit the discipline because they did not have a position in Barça.
Regardless of the coronavirus pandemic, Barcelona is seeking to cut costs. The Spanish champions are trying to sell a few footballers who are on loan after the players’ wages have been reduced.
“Players go on loan to get more seasoned and mature minutes and return to the club. However, Barcelona players who are on loan this summer won’t return to the club again. Barcelona aims to sell all these players on economic and sporting grounds, “Marca reports.
The most complicated case is that of Phillipe Coutinho, who came to Barcelona for 145 million euros two years ago. The 27-year-old Brazilian is now playing on loan at Bayern who had the right to buy out his contract but did not pursue the chance. They ‘re not betting on Coutinho in Barcelona and they’re hoping the club can come forward who needs him. The Brazilian wishes to return to the Premier League and there Tottenham and Arsenal have shown interest in him. Barcelona can sacrifice hundreds of millions of euros, just to get rid of it.
“The majority of the loaned players will be easier to sell because their costs and salaries are much lower. Many teams have already asked Barcelona for those players. So Betis needs to keep Alena like Celta Rafinha. Todibo won’t stay at Schalke but the other teams are interested and he might go to England. Wague won’t stay in Nice, Valencia and Sevilla want him. Also on the transfer list are Oriol Busquets, who has played for Twente this season, and Pedri, who was in Las Palmas. “