Barcelona Now Willing To Forego Transfer Fee For Spanish Center-Back As Six Clubs Reveals Keen Interest

According to SPORT, FC Barcelona is willing to lower the asking price for Oscar Mingueza in order to facilitate his move. According to the report, the player would prefer to stay in Spain rather than relocate.

Celta Vigo, Real Valladolid, Getafe, Galatasaray, AEK Athens, and Hoffenheim are rumored to be interested in Mingueza. The player is said to be attempting to force a move to a La Liga club if at all possible, as he prefers to stay in La Liga.

Barcelona has been on a mission to improve their defense since the arrival of Xavi Hernandez, the signing of Andreas Christensen from Chelsea, and the advanced negotiations with Sevilla’s Jules Kunde, who could be announced in the coming days.

Since last season, the defender has been out of favor with the coaching staff, with the defender only being ahead of Samuel Umtiti in the pecking order.

Xavi had informed Mingueza during the summer break that he was not in the plans for next season and that he would be transfer-listed for the same. He understood the reasons, agreed with the decision and stated that he was willing to relocate.

According to recent reports, the player would prefer a move to a La Liga club if possible. However, he is not locked into it, and if he does not get the preferred move within Spain, he is open to moving elsewhere, as long as

The 23-year-old has been described as a very loyal servant to the club because he always waited in the wings for whenever and wherever the club needed him. When the club asked him to, he also agreed to be transferred.

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