The Danish striker is open to a move away from Camp Nou
Martin Braithwaite's future appears to be in the Premier League. With the arrivals of Sergio Agüero and Memphis Depay in Barça's attacking band, the club is now looking to cash in on the Danish striker and further reduce its first team wage bill.
Taking into account the financial difficulties that many clubs are currently going through, money is scarce. However, a transfer will soon be completed between two Premier League clubs that could pave the way for Braithwaite to move back to England. This operation involves versatile Brighton centre back Ben White, who looks set to join Arsenal for 60 million euros from Brighton and Hove Albion.
Brighton is one of the teams that have been monitoring Braithwaite's situation, and it will shortly be able to afford the fee being asked by Barça, with the club looking to recoup around 15 million euros for the forward.
It is understood, however, that Braithwaite would prefer to join West Ham or Wolverhampton Wanderers, who have both enquired about the player in recent hours. By leaving Camp Nou, Barça's number 9 would be able to pick up a higher wage than he is currently commanding at Barcelona.