April 18, 2024

According to AS, Bruno Guimarães plans to quit Newcastle United after the season and pursue a move to Barcelona.

Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly interested in the midfielder, who visited Paris earlier this week. According to RMC Sport writer Fabrice Hawkins, the 26-year-old will spend the following few days in Paris.

According to recent reports from Brazil, Luis Enrique has urged that the Ligue 1 winners sign the Newcastle star. This is relayed by Sport, who then provides their own perspective on the case.

Giuliano Bertolucci, Guimarães’ agent, has been in Paris for almost a week to complete the transfer of Corinthians’ Gabriel Moscardo to PSG.

The representative may have discussed Guimarães with PSG, as he is not expected to wait for the La Liga side. According to Sport, the Brazil international wants to leave Newcastle ‘as soon as possible’ due to his dissatisfaction with the club’s sporting project.
Newcastle CEO Darren Eales has already discussed the potential of selling their stars, and the current FA action, against Nottingham Forest and Everton, has ‘rung alarm bells’ for the Tyneside club.

 

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According to Sport, Guimarães wants to go and hopes to join PSG in January if they can reach an agreement with the Magpies.

Even if his transfer does not take place this month, Barcelona will be unable to get him next summer because they cannot afford to pay his £100 million clause.

Their intention was to include some of their own players in the deal, but that appears to be out of the question given Newcastle’s financial position.

Of course, this could be sour grapes from Sport, a Catalan publication, and they’re exaggerating things, but pay attention to Giuliano Bertolucci.

The agent is a deal-maker extraordinaire, and it’s difficult to believe he hasn’t been trying to establish a Guimarães while in Paris.

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