Semedo no longer trains with Barça, but Suárez still does

The Portuguese defender was the great absence in the session, with the club's permission. Who did go to train is the Uruguayan, despite closing an agreement to leave with the freedom letter.

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Nelson Semedo is about to close his transfer for English Wolverhampton. The player no longer attended the session at the Ciutat Esportiva this afternoon, as he had permission from the club to finish signing his signing for the Premier club. In fact, Barcelona is the most interested in this operation coming to fruition - there is talk of a figure of about 35 million euros - to have 'cash' in order to be able to face some of the reinforcements that Ronald Koeman has requested .

In principle, Semedo is expected to travel to England in the next few hours to finish closing his transfer to the 'Wolves'. The march of the Portuguese international will leave a hole on the right side, which the Blaugrana club will have to reinforce, since it only has Sergi Roberto and is not exactly a natural defender. It should be remembered that the other right-back of the squad, Moussa Wagué, was loaned this morning to Greek PAOK.

In principle, the ideal candidate would be Ajax defender Sergiño Dest, but Bayern is also behind the young American, so his incorporation seems a priori complicated. Other names that come to the fore, such as 'low cost' options, are Max Aarons, from Norwich, and Emerson, Barcelona's side on loan to Betis, who the club could recover this season by paying a penalty.

The one who was still in the afternoon session participating in the training as one more was Luis Suárez, despite the fact that the Uruguayan forward would have already reached an agreement to collect a part of the compensation that he has for the year that remains of his contract and march with the letter of freedom under his arm to sign for the team he wants, presumably Atlético de Madrid. The novelty in the session was the presence of the Argentine defender of the subsidiary, Ramos Mingo.



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