In an ongoing quest to restructure contracts and properly manage their financial expense, FC Barcelona has been looking for contract extensions for two key players: Robert Lewandowski and Frenkie de Jong. The club was successful in renewing contracts for Alejandro Balde, Lamine Yamal, and Xavi, but their financial restraint requires more effort.
Frenkie de Jong, one of the key players for the Catalans, has been in talks about extending his contract. His current deal expires in 2026, and the club hopes to offer him a long-term contract with increased pay. While conversations have begun, the player is approaching the situation with caution and deliberateness, given the complexity of his relationship with the club in the past.
Meanwhile, despite being in his prime, Robert Lewandowski is negotiating a one-year contract extension. The Polish striker has already shown exceptional ability and is an important piece for Barcelona’s offensive force. The club is desperate to keep him on board and keep him from leaving on a free transfer.
However, negotiations with both players come at a vital time for the club, as they must strike a balance between player retention and their financial well-being. Barcelona fans are anxiously awaiting the outcome of these negotiations, hoping that their favorite team will be able to retain one or both of these crucial players for a long time to come.
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