Barcelona is planning a major and promising deal from Bundesliga

Spanish media reported that the Barcelona administration is planning to conclude two deals from the German League next summer based on the desire of coach Hansi Flick.

The first deal will be to sign Stuttgart’s promising midfielder, Angelo Stiller, although the economic crisis initially stands as an obstacle to this transfer.

Stiller’s contract is still extended for another 3 years in Stuttgart, without a penalty clause, and its value will in no way be less than 25 million euros.

As for the other deal, it seems large compared to what the player presented last season, and the talk here is about Bayer Leverkusen’s right-back Jeremy Frimpong.

According to what was reported by the newspaper “Sport”, Barcelona, ​​due to the economic crisis, plans to make Frimpong’s deal an exchange with Leverkusen.

In this regard, Barca’s plan is to obtain the signature of the Dutch player in exchange for granting the German club the services of Ansu Fati, whose loan to Brighton ended and he returned again to the Blaugrana.

The only crisis in this regard is that Fati is determined to continue in Barcelona, ​​while Leverkusen, in principle, welcomes this exchange, especially since Frimpong’s exit is imminent.