Abde Ezzalzouli is facing a mysterious future at Barcelona as he prepares to return to Camp Nou after an excellent loan spell at CA Osasuna.
There have been conflicting reports over his future with some suggesting that Barcelona might want to keep hold of him and make him a part of the senior side next season. Others, meanwhile, have pointed out that he may leave the club on a permanent deal.
To that end, Gerard Romero has recently revealed that Barcelona have received two ‘big’ offers for Abde. One of the offers came from a Spanish club while the other came from the Premier League.
The offer from the Premier League could be big for Barça, with the value of the transfer reaching up to €30 million. Such a tempting figure could potentially convince the Catalans to cash in on the player, as part of the club’s plans to generate fresh revenue for the coming summer.
The €30 million financial injection could go a long way in boosting Barcelona’s powers in the market, as they look to not only secure the return of Lionel Messi but also sign a replacement for Sergio Busquets.
Earlier this month, Leeds United were reportedly interested in Abde and were willing to shell out €40 million for the Moroccan international. However, with the Whites facing the risk of relegation, Barcelona may have to find other suitors.
It remains to be seen whether the €30 million offer was from Leeds itself, but the club will certainly face a difficult decision. With Ansu Fati, Ferran Torres underperforming, Abde’s services could have been handy for coach Xavi, but it won’t be surprising to see the club cashing out on the attacker this summer if they receive a reasonable offer.