Nico Williams provides an update on his future amid Barcelona links

The strongest indication yet that Barcelona may try to sign Nico Williams of Athletic Bilbao comes from club president Joan Laporta. Barcelona has struggled to adhere to budgetary restrictions, as evidenced by their inability to retain club legend Lionel Messi three years ago.

However, Laporta’s admission that the team can make it happen in terms of acquiring Williams has revived hopes that the team would be able to recruit at least one high-profile player this summer. “I really enjoy Nico Williams. According to Fabrizio Romano, he stated, “I can say that financially we can make it happen,” on Catalunya Radio.

“Work done over the years to get to this point has led to this outcome. Of course, we might have to deal with a signing this serious.

Barcelona ahead of a potential move to unite Spanish stars Lamine Yamal and Nico Williams

The 16-year-old wonderkid Lamine Yamal, who plays for Spain, would be joining Williams in Barcelona if he made a move. Williams has emerged as one of the most exciting forwards in Europe. Yamal will undoubtedly make waves at the European Championship.

According to reports, interested parties can purchase Nico for $54 million (€50 million) if they exercise his release clause. Laporta maintained that the Catalans can afford to sign the forward despite Barca’s well-documented financial problems.

According to Williams, he wants to wait until after Euro 2024 to consider his future. But with Spain playing France in the semi-finals on Tuesday, the event is about to reach its peak.

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