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Manchester City heavyweight ready to take a pay cut to join Barcelona



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FC Barcelona will enter the forthcoming summer transfer with the sole purpose of making amends after what has proven to be an incredibly below-par season.

Acquisitions in the defensive midfield and left-wing positions are seen as prerequisites, but coach Xavi Hernandez is not giving up on his desire to secure the signing of an interior midfielder as well.

While the Catalans failed to meet his demands last summer due to financial complications, they are determined to make moves in the upcoming transfer window to strengthen the squad.

And Bernardo Silva continues to be highly admired at the club for his versatility, technical skill, and experience on the biggest of stages.

Bernardo willing to go the extra mile

Now, according to SPORT Bernardo Silva is willing to take a pay cut in order to come to Barcelona.

This development could be a significant boost for Barcelona, who have faced financial constraints that limit their ability to meet high salary demands.

Silva is eager to join Barcelona. (Photo by DARREN STAPLES/AFP via Getty Images)

With Bernardo’s enthusiasm for wearing the Blaugrana jersey and an affordable release clause set at €58 million, Barcelona’s chances of securing his signature are significantly improved compared to last summer.

In fact, reports have mentioned that if signing the Portuguese midfielder is a realistic scenario, Barcelona might even think about letting go of Frenkie de Jong.

Bernardo will not wait forever

Bernardo Silva is urging Barcelona to clarify their intentions regarding his potential transfer, stressing that he cannot wait indefinitely.

The midfielder aims to have his situation resolved before the Euro so that he may concentrate entirely on the competition.

Meanwhile, Barcelona are presently unsure about the possibility of recruiting Bernardo. If they aspire to have the Champions League within their ranks, they will have to act with urgency.

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