Fearing a double raid, the Man City player offered Barcelona

Fearing a double raid, the Man City player offered Barcelona

Posted on Monday, September 28, 2020 2:46 pm

Barcelona have reportedly signed Oleksandr Cincinnati in a double raid on Manchester City.

Sinchenko He spent most of his career at Manchester City, joining UEFA in 2016.

In the following seasons Ukraine International progressed and matured into a diverse player who could play in midfield or left-back.

However, he will not feature in Pep Guardiola’s strongest XI. He played in just half of City’s Premier League games last season.

In fact, Sinchenko has only played in eight Premier League games in total.

So, there may come a time in the future when he looks for more opportunities elsewhere, Although he only signed on to the contract extension until 2024 last year.

Accordingly The world of sports, Cincinnati promised Barcelona. However, the Catalan club have not yet begun talks with Manchester City.

The Spanish source says that Barcelona will remember him if he has to strengthen the left side. If Junior Firpo or Juan Miranda do not sell, they do not seem to make a move for Sinchenko.

If the two go, Barcelona can think of a 24-year-old.

Garcia is also a target for Barcelona

Of course, Cincinnati is not the only city player considering Barcelona.

The La Liga giants’ favorite is Eric Garcia, who left the academy to join City in 2017. The defender now wants to return to his hometown club.

With just one year left on his contract at Etihad Stadium, Garcia hopes to see a deal before joining Barcelona again in 2021.

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However, some reports claim that Barcelona could make a move for the teenager before the transfer deadline.

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