Barcelona close to committing another huge blunder in the transfer market

Rafinha of FC Barcelona competes for the ball with Emerson of Real Betis. (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)
Rafinha of FC Barcelona competes for the ball with Emerson of Real Betis. (Photo by Quality Sport Images/Getty Images) /
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Barcelona continue making big mistakes in the transfer market.

Barcelona just do not seem to learn enough from their mistakes. In the past, they had the ultimate choice to land Alphonso Davies, who is one of the best prospects and Left backs going around now and they are about to commit another mistake of the highest order along the same lines.

As per Mundo Deportivo, Barcelona are going to sell Emerson to Serie A giants who are reportedly interested in the Brazilian. It is a mistake that the Blaugranes are going to regret down the lane.

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The Brazilian is wanted at Italy although the youngster has expressed his desire to play for his favorite club, Barca. The 21-year-old is currently on a loan at Real Betis and has put up an impressive show. The irony, however, is that the Blaugranes are in need of a Right-back and they failed to notice him whereas Inter succeeded in it.

Emerson has the potential to be special and the board should avoid letting him go at all costs. The perfect situation would be to let him develop on loan and launch him in the XI alongside Pique and Clement when the time comes.

The deal looks solid now with Barcelona showing zero intentions of keeping the youngster. Inter are prepared to offer a sum around £21 million while the Blaugranes are looking to extract a fee around £30 million. They feel that an income of funds will provide a huge boost to them in their Lautaro Martinez pursuit.

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While the La Liga giants will be only gaining a temporary boost out of this sale, inter are going to be profited from this. At 21, any players present himself as a long-term option to the club that he plays for and should the deal be complete, Inter would feel the same, too. Letting go of prospects has been the forte of Barcelona in recent past.

Jean-Clair Todibo couldn’t get enough time on the pitch and the Blaugranes are now looking to offload the promising Frenchman as well. The current think-tank is focusing only on the present and not on the future which is wrong in several ways.