Again, the rescue comes from Turkey and saves Barcelona from the nightmare left by Koeman

Again, the rescue comes from Turkey and saves Barcelona from the nightmare left by Koeman

Spanish press sources revealed that FC Barcelona is close to getting rid of the ill-fated deal of its coach, Ronaldo Koeman, in the upcoming winter transfer season.

Barcelona had signed Dutchman Luke de Jong, from the Seville team, on loan for a year, and the Catalan team wants to get rid of him in the next January window and cut his loan, but the Andalusian team does not want to return it to Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan and broke his loan with the Catalan club in January, for not needing it.

For the Spanish newspaper, Mundo Deportivo, to bring good news from the Turkish club Fenerbahce’s interest in signing Luke de Jong during the next winter.

The newspaper pointed out that in addition to the technical benefit of ending De Jong’s presence in Barcelona, ​​the club will benefit financially by paying Fenerbahce for the rest of the player’s loan to Barca, which amounts to half a million euros, after the two blocs paid another half a million to recruit the player in the summer.

The newspaper said that the Turkish league was a haven for Barcelona last summer as well, when Besiktas obtained the services of Ronald Koeman’s outcast, Miralem Pjanic, and took a large part of his salary that contributed to alleviating the economic crisis at the Camp Nou.

And Seville continued, dreaming that Luke de Jong could convince with Fenerbahce so that he could sell him at any good value next summer, especially since his contract is still extended in Andalusia until 2023.

She stated that Ronald Koeman was the reason for the 30-year-old’s assignment to Barcelona, ​​after the Joan Laporta administration failed to include any striker last summer due to the economic crisis.

Despite the multiple injuries that Barcelona suffers from offensively, the most recent of which is Memphis Depay, however, De Jong is completely out of Xavi Hernandez’s calculations and has no intention of continuing after January, no matter what.