Barcelona have reportedly agreed a deal with Ilkay Gundogan to move from Manchester City on a free transfer.
Speculation has been rife all day that an agreement is close but has now been given the Here We Go treatment by Fabrizio Romano.
It’s reported Gundogan will sign for two years, with the option of a third, and have a release clause set at 500 million euros.
President Joan Laporta has been asked about the rumors and this was his response.
Barca now need to register Gundogan, but the rumor mill claims the club are confident they will be able to get it done without any issues.
Gundogan has emerged as Barca’s top target this summer and getting the deal over the line will be a big relief for the club, particularly after missing out on Lionel Messi,
The Germany international arrives after winning the treble with Manchester City and will be hoping he can lift more trophies with Xavi’s side.