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Fabrizio Romano on Bruno Guimaraes Barcelona transfer

£100million for Newcastle United midfielder Bruno Guimaraes can be a good worth, based on switch information professional and Daily Briefing columnist Fabrizio Romano.

The Brazil worldwide has shone throughout his time at St James’ Park, and Romano says that Barcelona have a long-standing curiosity within the participant, courting again to his time at Lyon.

Still, Guimaraes solely just lately signed a brand new contract at Newcastle, with a £100m launch clause, and Romano insists there’s no particular clause that might favour Barca in any potential switch deal.

Romano additionally feels the Catalan giants in all probability couldn’t afford to signal Bruno, so it appears Newcastle followers can loosen up about that in the intervening time, with the 25-year-old solely just lately committing his future to the membership, in what seems like an thrilling mission growing at St James’ Park.

One imagines Guimaraes is greater than ok to play for Barcelona or some other elite European membership, however Romano expects we may very well be seeing him at NUFC for a bit longer.

Bruno Guimaraes has been linked with Barcelona

“As I reported here yesterday, there’s no specific release clause for Barcelona or any specific club into Bruno Guimaraes new deal at Newcastle. The only clause is valid for all the clubs and it’s £100m, as revealed in September. No other clauses, nothing specifically for Barca or anyone else,” Romano mentioned.

“For some context, Barcelona have been following Bruno since he was at Lyon, but he’s way too expensive for Barca so it was never a concrete negotiation. It was impossible to sign Bruno in the summer.

“In any case, my opinion is that £100m is fair price as he’s top player, so if a club decides to trigger that clause it could be a good investment, but there is nothing happening now and I also feel staying at Newcastle at least for one more year would be a smart decision for the player as their project is growing.”


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