It looks like Barcelona may finally be seeing the back of Munir El Haddadi.
The Catalan club have been trying to sell Munir all summer, originally for a lofty asking price. Valencia had the Spaniard on loan last season but didn’t take up their option to complete a permanent deal for €12m.
Barcelona then decided they’d ask for €20m, and it’s no surprise nobody was keen to pay it.
Catalan newspaper Sport say Barcelona now have an agreement with Torino, but the amount hasn’t been disclosed. It’s not all done though, with an offer from Crystal Palace insinuated by Sport.
Munir hasn’t agreed personal terms yet with Torino, so there’s a chance for other clubs to come.
The big backer at Crystal Palace is said to be Frank de Boer, and that’s been repeated several times in the Catalan press recently. It could be that De Boer’s Barcelona connections make the Crystal Palace link all too easy to write, and Premier League interest always helps to hype a transfer.