The Colombia international joined Barca from Palmeiras in January but has been tipped to leave the club less than seven months after arriving at the Camp Nou.
Everton have reportedly contacted the centre-back’s agent and the player has handed the Toffees hope by admitting he will be forced to leave Barca if the LaLiga champions do not want to keep him.
Speaking to Marca Claro Colombia, he said: “I have a contract with Barca and I want to succeed there. For now, proposals for me have come, but at the moment I want to rush through my holiday and then we’ll see. If they don’t want me, I will have to find the best way out, but I remember that my intention is to succeed at Barca because it’s the best team in the world.”
Seaman warns Emery over Cech’s exit: Arsenal legend David Seaman insists the Gunners’ shot-stopper Petr Cech who has been linked with a return to Chelsea with his future at the Emirates increasingly uncertain can’t be discarded.
After their defensive woes last season, Arsenal brought in a new shot-stopper last month when they signed Bern Leno from Bayer Leverkusen in a deal worth £22million.
Rumours of Cech’s return to Chelsea has sparked mixed reactions from fans and Gunners legend Seaman believes Cech’s experience is still invaluable to Arsenal and they would be foolish to let him go.
“I don’t think he will get written off straight away. You don’t disregard that experience from a guy that has won everything in the Premier League and he has won the Champions League as well.
“Don’t disregard that. He has still got a lot to offer. What is interesting is that Petr has took the number one jersey. So that means that he wants to stay around for a little while.” Seaman is quoted as saying on The Express
Chelsea wants EPL goalkeeper as Courtois’ replacement: Chelsea is set to sign Premier League goalkeeper as Thibaut Courtois’ replacement, following his imminent exit from the Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea is aiming to sign Everton and England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford, according to the report in the Sun. Everton is has revealed their asking price for the World Cup superstar, the Merseyside has placed €70 million on Pickford.
Barca eyes Senegal defender: Barcelona wants to sign Senegal defender Moussa Wague.
Wague’s impressive displays at the World Cup caught the eye of Barca, who are working to bring him to the Camp Nou from Belgian outfit KAS Eupen.
The 19-year-old would link up with the LaLiga champions’ reserve side Barca B if he completes a move to the club this summer.
Bayern close to Davies deal: Bayern Munich is closing in on the signing of Canada international Alphonso Davies.
Davies, who is on the books at Vancouver Whitecaps, has previously been linked with Real Madrid, Manchester United and Liverpool
However, it appears as though Bayern have won the race to sign the 17-year-old winger, who is set to join the German giants in a $12m deal.
Real Madrid set Kovacic price: Real Madrid has set price for Manchester United and Manchester City target Mateo Kovacic, according to the report in the media.
Real Madrid hierarchy has slapped €80million on the Croatian international after he met with new boss Julen Lopetegui expressing his desire to leave the club as reported by MARCA.
The two had a friendly conversation in which Lopetegui attempted to convince 24-year-old Kovacic to remain at the Santiago Bernabéu, but the player’s mind is made up and he wants to leave in search of more regular football.
The European Champions are hoping to receive at least €50million (£44.6million) form the sale of Kovacic.
The likes of Bayern Munich, Juventus and Liverpool are also linked with the Real Madrid midfielder.
Three clubs table offer for Henry: Arsenal legend Thierry Henry already has reportedly had three offers on the table after announcing plans to go into full-time management.
The Daily Mail says he has been offered a managerial job in the UK. Two clubs abroad have also offered him the chance to step foot into management.
The Belgium assistant boss revealed on Monday that he has turned down a £10million offer to extend his contract with the broadcasting giants.
Instead, he wants to focus solely on becoming a manager following Belgium’s success at the World Cup.