Sporting CP officers will journey to Barcelona to finish the cope with the 22-year-old winger

Now that it’s sure that Francisco Trincao has no place in Xavi’s plan for subsequent season, the 22-year-old is in search of a brand new group, and the membership that’s most fascinating in his acquisition is from his residence nation, Sporting Lisbon.

Sports activities director Ruben Amorim has already labored with Trincao throughout his time in Braga and the participant can also be taken with returning to the place it began.

The continuing negotiations between Barça and Sporting are so superior that membership representatives from the Portuguese facet will journey to the Catalan capital within the coming days to finish the formalities.

In line with what RECORD, through Mundo Deportivo, has talked about, the group from Portugal needs to train a mortgage settlement with a name possibility. As they might not attain a last settlement earlier, their representatives are actually planning to go to Barcelona to find out Trincao’s future.

Trincao, 22, spent the 2021-22 soccer season on mortgage at Premier League facet Wolves, making 30 appearances in all competitions whereas scoring three targets.

The English group had an possibility to purchase him for 30 million euros however didn’t determine to take action and ended up paying 6 million euros only for the mortgage deal.

In latest weeks, Trincao has attracted curiosity from Sevilla and even Valencia, however it seems that the 22-year-old doesn’t wish to return to La Liga and due to this fact prefers a transfer to Portugal as a substitute.

In the meanwhile, it could be a difficult proposal to achieve an settlement with Sporting as nicely, as Barcelona wish to lower as a lot as 31 million euros that they paid for his providers in 2020.

Sporting might not really comply with pay that sort of charge, on condition that Trincao’s season 2021-22 was not as fruitful as he had hoped. However in any case, given the size of their want, Barcelona hope to get one thing optimistic out of the deal.

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