The Spain winger could return to the Premier League with Emery and Alemany
Barcelona's exit operation will begin to be managed once they wrap up the league title. It is one of the requirements that must be met for the viability plan presented by the club to LaLiga to be approved.
There will be sales in the summer and there are some that are beginning to move forward. One of them is the possible departure of Ferrán Torres to Aston Villa. The two clubs have already started negotiations to formalise a transfer that could crystallise before 30 June.
The arrival of Mateu Alemany at Aston Villa has speeded up an operation that is seen with good eyes by the two clubs. The interest of Aston Villa, advanced at the time by 'TalkSport', begins to develop in the form of an offer and both parties are trying to reach a favourable agreement.
The Catalan club can not sell for less than 42 million euros to not count losses, as Ferran came to the club for 55 million and has amortised a part of the transfer in the year and a half that the ex-Valencia winger has played at Camp Nou.
Villa's interest in the player is total and they believe that they can convince the player to become one of their franchise players for next season.
Both Alemany and the coach of Aston Villa, Unai Emery, know Ferran well and are clear that he can be a differential player in the Premier League. His time at City was outstanding and his period of acclimatisation to the Premier League has already passed.
Barça have put Ferrán Torres on the market because of the need to sell. The forward has not had too much continuity this season and Xavi has been using him as a bench player for most of the campaign.
Ferrán needs more prominence to return to the Spain national team and he knows that he will not have too many opportunities at Barça in the future. Barça would be willing to make a sale for around 45 million euros and they are working on it.