Transfer: Barcelona agrees on deal with Man City to pave way for De Jong’s exit

Manchester City and Barcelona have agreed on a fee for Bernardo Silva, which could pave way for Frenkie de Jong to leave Camp Nou this summer.

According to Gerard Romero, Barcelona and Man City have arrived at an agreement worth under £67 million after manager Pep Guardiola refused to rule out an exit for Silva in recent weeks.

The development will undoubtedly benefit Chelsea and Manchester United, having both been linked to De Jong this summer.

Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly reportedly spoke with De Jon on the phone, although the Dutch midfielder reiterated his desire to stay in Catalonia.

Man United, meanwhile, wants to sign De Jong, who worked with their manager, Erik ten Hag, during their time at Ajax.

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