Barcelona cannot rule out selling Andreas Christensen this summer.
Barca's director of football, Mateu Alemany, met a few days ago with Ilhan Gundogan, Christensen's representative, with whom the club has excellent relations.
he Blaugrana expressed their satisfaction with the centre-back's performances and also discussed the future with the intention of extending his contract, says Sport.
Christensen's entourage warned that a tempting offer could arrive from the Premier League this summer but the player is happy at Camp Nou and Barça, in principle, have no intention of selling.
The bet on Christensen is total, but it is also true that Barça will live through an uncertain transfer market with the enormous challenge of reducing the wage bill by 200 million euros. And that can only be achieved with some salary reductions and departures.
For the moment, Barça and the player's entourage remain in permanent contact and are not going to be proactive in a departure, far from it. It's another thing if there is a club that pushes hard and tempts all parties, though.