Newcastle and Spurs still want £287k-a-week, will soon become free agents

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Accordingly foot MercatoTottenham and Newcastle are still lurking in the shadows to sign Ousmane Dembele despite his resurgence at Barcelona.

What’s the matter?

Well, things got very messy for them £287,000 per week Man at Camp Nou in January.

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Club president Joan Laporta has openly expressed his confusion that Dembele hasn’t left, while Mateu Alemany – director of football at Barcelona – told the Frenchman to ‘leave immediately’ after rejecting an offer of a new contract.

It seemed like the 24-year-old would leave in the summer when his contract expires, but now he could stay.

foot Mercato believe Laporta wants to keep Dembele after Xavi found a way to get the best out of him.

in his last five The former Borussia Dortmund man has made impressive appearances in LaLiga seven Assists while also scoring a goal Once.

Bad news for Tottenham and Newcastle

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As it sounds, Barcelona are now happy to keep Dembele.

foot Mercato indicate that Laporta are preparing a new contract offer with the Barcelona president determined to keep the player who cost £135.5m.

Tottenham and Newcastle are still watching the situation although their chances of signing Dembele now seem a lot slimmer than before.

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Aside from that, foot Mercato believe the Vernon-born winger has an agreement with Paris Saint-Germain if he leaves Catalonia.

Hence, Antonio Conte and Eddie Howe are on a mission to bring Dembele to the Premier League.

Keep an eye on this saga – things have already changed drastically, so who knows what else might happen.

In other news, Report: Player who missed Leeds or Spurs move is now available for just £12m Newcastle and Spurs still want £287k-a-week, will soon become free agents

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