Ousmane Dembele’s lack of minutes and his secondary role at Barcelona have aroused the interest of several European clubs. A few days ago, RAC1 spoke of a possible departure in the winter transfer market. And the rumours continue to grow.
According to English newspaper the Express, the French striker’s lack of game time has aroused the interest of Liverpool. Jurgen Klopp already said last year: "Is he in the market? Now I'm interested." The English club would be delighted to have the services of Dembélé in the next transfer window.
For now, Dembélé has not justified the 105 million plus 40 variables that Barça paid for him in the summer of 2017. The winger who came as a substitute for Neymar has stood out for his inconsistency during the two seasons he has been at the Camp Nou. During the first year he had no luck with injuries, and he was not needed as much as in the current season, which had to be the time to consolidate himself as a starter.
However, the 21-year-old Frenchman has only played one whole league match, and has been losing the confidence of Ernesto Valverde, who gave his place in the line-up to Arthur.