Despite the fact that the season has not yet begun, FC Barcelona have had a great transfer window this summer, bringing in a number of top-notch players. Robert Lewandowski is at the top of the list for obvious reasons, but names like Jules Kounde and Raphinha have also garnered a lot of attention, giving the Culers cause for optimism as we get ready for the 2022–23 season.
Barcelona has had a successful summer transfer window, but Real Madrid, their bitter rivals, have not been as successful. The Spanish champions’ most notable failure this summer was to land Kylian Mbappe, who was their top target.
Barcelona supporters have recently been seen mocking Los Blancos outside Camp Nou by chanting “where’s Mbappe?” in response to their failed transfer attempt. Earlier in the summer, Real Madrid had made a lot of noise about signing Mbappe on a free transfer. However, the Frenchman decided to stay at PSG and signed a lucrative contract. He also promised to stay in Paris for the foreseeable future.
However, Los Blancos have not been completely static in the market this summer. However, the transfer market has not been completely static for Los Blancos this summer.
Isco most recently joined Sevilla, so they were able to get rid of a lot of the squad’s fringe players. On the other hand, Antonio Rudiger was signed from Chelsea on a free transfer and Aurelien Tchouameni, a French midfield prodigy, was acquired from Monaco.
Manchester City and Barcelona agree to a fee in the region of €50-€55 million for Bernardo Silva
Because of personal issues, Bernardo Silva has been considering leaving the Etihad Stadium for the past few seasons. The 27-year-old, who moved to the North-West of England in the summer of 2017 from AS Monaco, is thought to have grown dissatisfied with his way of life there.
Barcelona and Manchester City have reportedly reached an agreement on a transfer fee for Bernardo Silva, according to reports from journalist Gerard Romero. According to current reports, the two clubs, who are closely allied in management roles, have decided on a sum of less than €60 million. The journalist goes on to say that Bernardo Silva’s estimated value is between €50 million and €55 million.