Barcelona consider terminating contract of Sergino Dest

Barcelona consider terminating contract of Sergino Dest

After a convincing 3-0 win against their long-standing rivals Real Madrid, Barcelona seems motivated to intensify their efforts in revamping their team during the upcoming summer.

The Catalan club has singled out three players who are expected to depart, following the recent approval of Nico’s transfer to FC Porto. 

Franck Kessie, Clement Lenglet, and Sergino Dest are the players whose time at Camp Nou is likely to be limited. 

However, it seems that Barcelona is encountering difficulties in finding a buyer for Sergino Dest.

Sergino Dest: An unwanted prospect in the market

Javi Miguel reveals that Barcelona is facing challenges in finding a potential buyer for Sergino Dest. Despite it being summer, not a single European club has shown interest in signing the young right-back so far.

Xavi Hernandez, the coach of Barcelona, initially decided to include Dest in the pre-season tour to the US. However, with each game he plays, Dest’s value seems to be decreasing.

It appears that Dest has been finding it difficult to gain Xavi’s confidence, which is evident from the club’s continued search for a new right-back in the transfer market.

Barcelona set to terminate Sergino Dest contract?

Javi Miguel suggests that Barcelona is becoming increasingly impatient with Dest with each passing day.

If this situation continues, the club might contemplate terminating the contract of the young right-back.

Ultimately, Dest’s departure could be beneficial for Barcelona as it would aid in financial stability. Moreover, it would create an opening in the defensive unit, which is essential as the club is seeking a new right-back.

Meanwhile, Barcelona is still hopeful of finding a suitable team interested in acquiring Dest. It’s possible that they could agree to a season-long loan deal, provided there is a buyout clause in the contract.

Barcelona consider terminating contract of Sergino Dest

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