There has been a real tug of war between Barcelona and Valencia over the Spanish striker Paco Alcacer, whose faith is set to be decided in next few days.
Luis Enrique and the Barcelona boss have identified the 22-year-old forward as the last piece of the puzzle and will make one more attempt to land the talented forward before the transfer window closes.
On the other side, Valencia have already attempted to block Alcacer’s move to Camp Nou, despite the fact that the player himself is believed to be keen on switching clubs this summer.
Los Che are trying everything in their power to convince the player from leaving, but the fresh reports from the Spanish media outlet AS suggest that Barcelona will this week make a final offer worth €30 million for a player who is regarded as the alternative for members of the Barcelona’s MSN triumvirate.
Barcelona are aware that Valencia need to sell players in order to comply to the rules of financial Fair Play and the Valencia owner Peter Lim has reportedly already given his nod to Barcelona counterparts.
Alcaces made 34 La Liga appearances for Los Chel last season. The 22-year-old striker scored 13 goals during that time.