Juan Miranda's sensational performances for Spain in the U19 Championship has generated a lot of interest in his signature from across Europe. The Barça full-back was named as one of the most valuable youngsters in Europe alongside the likes of de Ligt and Joao Felix.
However, he doesn't appear to have a place in Barça's squad next season and has even been mentioned as a possible makeweight in the deal to sign Junior Firpo from Real Betis.
Miranda isn't sure about going to another LaLiga side and would prefer to go abroad. Juventus and Olympique Marseille are both interested in him.
Juventus' offer doesn't suit Barça because the club don't want to sell the youngster. The only way they'd consider letting Miranda go is either on loan or with a buyback option included in the deal. Despite not having a role for him next season they still value his potential.
A better option would be the one from France. Marseille, who have Andoni Zubizarreta as their director of football, would be open to loaning the young full-back to give him the first-team experience he craves.
Miranda's contract runs until 2021 and Barça know this is an important moment in the youngster's career. Even if he does go out on loan, the defender will know how highly he's valued by the club.