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Barça’s negotiation with Inter Milan over Lautaro Martínez in a crucial stage

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Reportedly, Barcelona still has a long way to go in order to sign Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez. The price of the player is unclear and the Barça players who could possibly enter the deal aren’t decided yet.

Inter repeatedly points towards the Argentine’s release clause, which is €111m, and expires on July 7th, which means that Barcelona only have a few days left to negotiate with Inter Milan.

Lautaro himself already has reached an agreement with Barcelona, but Inter Milan and Barcelona remain distant in their negotiations both for the price of the Argentine player and for the possible players who could enter the operation.

Source: Sport

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Barcelona legend says Messi is essential for the young Barcelona generation

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Following what will forever remain an unforgettable might for the youngster, Ilaix Moriba scored his first goal for Barcelona. It was a sensational strike, as the young Spanish midfielder faked a shot one way, only for him to cooly dispatch it the other way.

Yesterday night, Barça legend Luis Suárez Miramontes had this to say both in regards to the club’s youth, as well as club veteran Lionel Messi: “For this group of young people it is essential that there is someone like Messi with personality and charisma so that they grow as they should. That is why it is necessary to maintain it. (via Carrusel)

Per earlier reports, the Barça captain has stayed true to this. He reportedly takes “special care” of Ilaix Moriba in particular so that the 18-year old doesn’t “deviate from the path of becoming an important player in the team.” This is one of Barcelona’s most talented squads in recent memory, full to the brim and overflowing with youth and exuberance, with all these players looking up to the Argentine.

The 85-year old is a Barcelona legend having played in Barça’s iconic colours from 1955 to 1961. He is widely regarded as one of Spain’s next footballers of all time, and a testament to this is the fact that he is still the only player from the country to ever win a Ballon D’or.

He has been heavily critical of the squad at times this season, owing to the fact that “they [Barca players] make the worst individual and team mistakes.” At least this time he has something to smile about.

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