Martin Braithwaite has three options in Barcelona exit.
Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman has been looking to offload and sell players in order to sign the transfer targets that he needs to make his system work. Due to the current financial problems at the Nou Camp, the sale of players is an absolute necessity for Koeman in order to fund his own signings. Due to lack of funds, he failed to sign one of his main targets in Olympic Lyon’s Memphis Depay in the last transfer window..
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The Catalans are looking to offload Danish forward Martin Braithwaite in January, in order to fund more moves within the same transfer window. According to multiple top journalists, there have been multiple premier league clubs that have been interested in Braithwaite.
Premier League sides like David Moyes’ West Ham United, Slaven Bilic’s West Bromwich Albion and Marcelo Bielsa’s Leeds United have been heavily interested in the winger. According to multiple reports, Blaugrana have been speaking to all the Premier League sides in order to cut a deal. A price range around 18-20 million euros is the topic of discussion at this point. It is an extremely fair price for a player like Martin. He will be able to provide proper and more consistent service to the Premier League side, whichever one lands him.
Unfortunately for the Spanish giants, Braithwaite has absolutely no interest in leaving the club. The forward does not even start many games and yet he looks extremely happy and satisfied with the remaining as an option. Multiple reports suggest that the Danish forward would rather stay on the bench and play occasionally rather than move away to another club. However, it would be a fantastic move for the forward if he does decide to join the interested Premier League sides. He would play regularly in a first team and he would have the opportunity to revive his career.
Should Barca sell Braithwaite in January?