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FC Barcelona: the extension of Ousmane Dembélé drags a little too …

At the end of the contract in a year, Ousmane Dembélé has still not extended to Barça. The Catalan club is starting to get impatient because the file is dragging too long.

Decisive day for FC Barcelona. After three unsuccessful matches in all competitions, FC Barcelona will play a very important match this afternoon against Levante (4:15 p.m.). Because Ronald Koeman is on an ejection seat and has no room for error. Behind the scenes, the Blaugrana leaders have already thought about the next step, but this is not the only hot file they are working on. Because there is in particular the future of Ousmane Dembélé to settle.

Still recovering and not yet appearing on the pitch since the start of the 2021/22 season, the French striker still has a contract that ends next June … Time is therefore running out because the 24-year-old will be able to negotiate freely with other stables from January if he has not signed a new lease by then. But Barça pushes to keep its offensive element. Based on information from SPORT, this file is a priority at Barça but the Catalan club is starting to find the time a little too long.

Two proposals under study

As recently explained by the Spanish media, a meeting between the leaders of FC Barcelona, ​​Ousmane Dembélé and his agent Moussa Sissoko took place during the week. Barca have proposed a two-year extension, until 2024, with a slight pay cut. Unfortunately, the Dembélé clan is slow to respond and the negotiations are dragging on a little too long, explains the Catalan daily.

Suddenly, Barcelona leaders have planned a plan B to try to keep an important player for them. Another proposal, with a contract until 2025 but the same salary, is also under consideration. It remains to be seen what the French international intends to do (27 caps, 4 goals) and his entourage. The clock is ticking and during the next winter transfer window, the situation could change much more, but certainly not in the direction of Barça if we leave it there.

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