According to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona is planning to sell academy graduate Sergi Roberto this summer as part of a significant squad restructure (via News18.com).
Sergi Roberto’s contract with Barcelona is set to expire in a year. Manager Ronald Koeman is eager to extend a fresh contract to the versatile player. The Catalan giants, on the other hand, are open to proposals for Roberto after contacting Premier League and Serie A clubs in search of a buyer.
Sergi Roberto has been offered to Manchester City and Inter Milan, according to the same source. Despite the 29-year-old right-desire back’s to remain at the Nou Camp, Barcelona may be obliged to sell him in order to balance the books.
Due to a previous muscular injury, Roberto’s playing time was curtailed last season. Ronald Koeman only used him in 15 La Liga games, and he only scored once.
According to the same source, Sergi Roberto has been offered to Manchester City and Inter Milan. Despite the 29-year-old right-desire back’s to stay at the Nou Camp, Barcelona may be forced to trade him to make ends meet.