Barcelona resigned to losing Marc Guiu, talks underway

Chelsea are reportedly interested in signing 18-year-old Barcelona attacker Marc Guiu this summer, with talks underway.

According to a report from Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona are now resigned to losing 18-year-old attacking sensation Marc Guiu in the summer transfer window. Meanwhile, an update from ESPN has claimed that the Blaugrana could try to convince him to sign a new contract amid interest from Chelsea.

It will be interesting to see if the Blues can get the deal done. The 18-year-old is highly coveted across Europe, and he has a bright future. He could develop into a key player for the Blues in the coming seasons.

Chelsea need to bring in attacking reinforcements, and the Barcelona prospect would be available for a nominal price. He has a €6 million release clause in his contract, and Chelsea have already informed his camp that they are willing to pay up for him the attacker will make a decision on his future soon.

Chelsea leading the race for Marc Guiu

Chelsea are currently leading the race for Marc Guiu’s signature, and it will be interesting to see how the situation develops. Barcelona will try to convince the player to sign an extension with them, and it remains to be seen whether they can convince the attacker.

The 18-year-old was not a regular starter for Barcelona last season. But he impressed with his limited first-team opportunities. He managed to score two goals for the Blaugrana as well. Guiu will be hoping to play more often for the first team, and it will be interesting to see if Barcelona are prepared to provide him with such assurances.

Chelsea could provide him with ample first-team action as well. They need more quality and depth in the attack, and the 18-year-old would add goals and creativity to the side. The opportunity to move to the Premier League could be quite exciting for their young attacker, and Chelsea could help him fulfil his tremendous potential.

Chelsea are one of the biggest clubs in the world, and the opportunity to join them can be hard to turn down Barcelona are unlikely to be able to offer him a lucrative contract because of their financial situation, and it is fair to assume that Chelsea have a good chance of getting the deal done.

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