Ilaix Moriba's last 'service' to Barcelona

Ilaix Moriba's last 'service' to Barcelona

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The midfielder left the Catalan club but they are still benefitting

FC Barcelona are already working to strengthen their squad in the upcoming summer transfer window. The Azulgrana want to continue taking steps forward to return to the European elite.

Leo Messi and İlkay Gündoğan are two of the names that are being talked about to strengthen the Cule squad. With these possible reinforcements in mind, the Barça leaders are working on the financial 'Fair Play' margin that will allow the club to register new signings and renewals.

A couple of days ago it was reported from France that Jean-Clair Todibo could leave OGC Nice for PSG. This operation could leave around six million euros in Barça's coffers for the 20% that the Catalan club kept from a future sale of the French defender.

Now, in the same vein, the departure of Ilaix Moriba from RB Leipzig would also help Barça's 'Fair Play'. The midfielder, who is currently on loan at Valencia, is not needed at the German team and is transferable in the next transfer window.

According to the website 'Calciomercato', AC Milan are targeting the services of Moriba. Barça have reserved 10% of the future sale of the player and, in case he ends up leaving, Barca would receive an economic boost in the coffers.

All these possible operations would be to the liking of the Cule management, who do not cease in their efforts to achieve the financial 'Fair Play' margin required.