Barcelona set to receive €27 million as a part of the deal with PSG for Ousmane Dembele

Over the past few days, Ousmane Dembele has been the centre of attention in Spanish football

The 26-year-old has made it clear that he wants to go from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, and both organisations are now negotiating a contract.

Dembele’s release clause has climbed from €50 million to €100 million, although PSG is still anticipated to pay that sum in order to sign the French international. Relevo claims that Barcelona won’t get the full sum, though.

Instead, they will only get €27m—a little more than half—of the money. Dembele and his agent, Moussa Sissoko, will receive the remainder.

If PSG had triggered his release clause prior to Tuesday morning at midnight, Dembele and his agency would have gotten half of the €50 million as part of a contract, but they are now just expected to lose out on €2 million.

That Barcelona will receive such a tiny sum for one of their most important players is undoubtedly far from ideal. There won’t be as much money available as they’d like, therefore it’s likely that the money will be utilised to reinvest in the transfer market.

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