Toni Freixa, one of the three candidates for the Barcelona presidency, confirmed on El LArguero on Thursday that he has an agreement with two top players, one in attack and the other in defence, to join the club. He announeced earlier this week that he has an agreement to sell 49 percent of Barça Corporate for 250 million euros to fund the moves. "There's an with two differential players in attack and defence," he said.
In relation to the two names, he still didn't want to confirm, adding that: "Any player that wants to win the Ballon d'Or knows that they're only going to win it if they wear Barcelona's shirt."
On other issues, such as his chances of winning the election on March 7, he said: "The response to our proposals has been very good. We're doing well."
Commission for Malcom?
Another subject to come up was the report that Barça àid 10 million euros in commission to Minguella's son for the signing of Malcom from Bordeaux in 2018.
Freixa denied that: "We never pay more than 5 percent commission for a signing. At the time, we paid 11.5 million euros to Mino Raiola for the signing of Ibrahimovic."