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Lewandowski made Depay ‘swallow back his tears’; Barca welcomes ‘king’ UCL

The appearance of the Polish superstar is making the atmosphere at Camp Nou more vibrant than ever.

The appearance of the Polish superstar is making the atmosphere at Camp Nou more vibrant than ever.

Lewandowski made Depay “swallow back tears”

According to a source from Gerard Romero, Barcelona have decided to transfer Memphis Depay’s  Number 9 shirt  to Robert Lewandowski. The debut of the Polish superstar at Camp Nou is expected to see a record in attendance. At that time, Lewandowski will be introduced to the official shirt with the number 9.

This shirt was originally worn by Luis Suarez, then passed to Martin Braithwaite for the 2020/21 season. The Dane only wore it for one season before Depay took over. The Dutch star was Barca’s top scorer last year. But when Xavi appeared, Depay had to compete with many other strikers.

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Now, with the arrivals of Raphinha and Lewandowski, Depay has been asked to leave the Camp Nou. Even if he refused to leave, Barca was willing to unilaterally strip the player of his shirt number. There are many factors that make president Laporta want the number 9 to go to Lewandowski, but certainly the most important reason is commercial nature. People are so used to the famous RL9 icon at Bayern Munich.

Barca used to give iconic numbers like 10 to Ansu Fati, number 8 to Pedri, while number 6 is expected to go to Gavi soon. Giving Lewandowski the number 9 will help the Catalan “giant” increase shirt sales exponentially, especially abroad. The former Bayern Munich striker is hugely popular in Poland and parts of Germany, where shirt sales are sure to skyrocket. So Barca is ready to make Depay “swallow back tears” for Lewandowski.

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Barca welcomes “king” UCL

Barca are about to complete final negotiations with Chelsea regarding the transfer of Marcos Alonso. As soon as the Marc Cucurella deal was completed, the Blues began negotiating with Barca to sell the Spaniard. The public believes that this deal will soon end because the 31-year-old player agreed to personal terms with the president of Laporta a few months ago.

With Cesar Azpilicueta deciding to extend his contract with Chelsea for another two years rather than wait for Barca to make an official offer, all of Laporta’s attention turned to Alonso, who was no longer able to compete at Chelsea when Cucurella arrived. Stamford Bridge wharf.

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Alonso has made more than 200 appearances for Chelsea and won the Champions League with the London side in 2021. He will be an experienced fighter to add to Barca’s defence, after two signings Jules Kounde and Andreas Christensen.

Barca officially negotiates to welcome Messi to Camp NouSaid and done, Joan Laporta in particular and Barca in general are looking for ways to bring the legend of the team home after a year of separation.

Besides the 6-star victory over Pumas UNAM, fans of the Catalan giants have another occasion to be excited by another piece of information, which is information about the future of the team’s greatest legend, Lionel Messi.

Specifically, according to Barca Universal, negotiations have begun between club president Joan Laporta and Lionel Messi’s father and agent, Jorge Messi, to welcome the 35-year-old player next summer.

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Last summer, Barca shocked the football world by not being able to renew their number one star, Lionel Messi, because of their financial situation. However, Laporta herself has repeatedly stated in recent interviews that the anecdote of the Argentinian star at Camp Nou is not over.

Coach Xavi Hernandez also agreed with this decision and expressed his desire to reunite with his former team-mate next summer, after Messi’s contract with PSG expired.

He believes that the young man still has enough class and endurance to be able to compete at the top for at least a few more years. Indeed, Messi shone on the day Ligue 1 returned with 2 goals and 1 assist against Clermont Foot.

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