Barcelona Reunión con el agente del jugador
Malcom‘s agent met with Barcelona‘s representatives on Tuesday to discuss the forward’s future, who struggled for game time last season and has since seen Antoine Griezmann join the club.
Though it would look likely to bring about an exit, he did not make any request to leave the club and the two parties discussed possible destinations and clubs who have shown a curiosity in him.
For now, there are no offers on the table, but several clubs have made contact.
Barcelona won’t allow Malcom to go cheaply and that would mean that a fee of at least 60 million euros would be demanded, particularly given the wide range of clubs interested.
Everton and Tottenham Hotspur are just two of the clubs to have tracked him in recent months.
The situation could get even more serious should Neymar arrive, particularly given his status as a non-EU player, meaning that one of Malcom, Arthur Melo or Arturo Vidal would have to leave.