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Barcelona Set For Cash Boost If Abde Ezzalzouli Moves To Saudi Arabia As They Decide Against Permanent Deals For Portuguese Duo

Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

In the event that Abde Ezzalzouli departs for the Saudi Pro League this summer, Barcelona will be compensated handsomely after the Moroccan international who became increasingly dissatisfied with his first team role asked to leave Barcelona before the 2023–2024 season.

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Barcelona accepted a €7 million offer from Real Betis in an attempt to raise significant capital but they also kept 50% of his playing rights and added a buyback provision.

Nevertheless, the 22-year-old may be on the move once more given Saudi Arabia’s interest in him and his inability to create an impression in Andalucia, according to Diario Sport.

Real Betis may try to sell him, but only if they can recoup the majority of the €12 million they spent on him less than a year ago.


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With their ties to the winger severed, Barcelona will absorb half of what Real Betis pay for him. This will be added to Xavi Hernandez’s meager transfer budget for the upcoming campaign.

Meanwhile…

Last summer, Barcelona made headlines when they pulled off a late double swoop to sign Joao Felix and Joao Cancelo, who were on loan from Atletico Madrid and Manchester City, respectively. But neither athlete has had a very successful season.

But, given their financial difficulties, it seemed inevitable that Barcelona would attempt to re-sign both players, preferably on loan, as permanent deals are now out of the question. But things have changed as a result of Xavi Hernandez’s decision to continue as head coach.

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Sport claims that Barcelona will not be attempting to re-sign Felix or Cancelo. Other operations are now deemed more important, and they will only pursue a deal if it is financially feasible.

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