AS says Barcelona want Saúl. That's the simple message coming out of the Catalan club who have a clear focus on the need to bring in reinforcements.
The Atlético Madrid star is seen as one of the new 'galácticos' that will strive to dominate European football once again.
After completing the signing of the highly rated Dutchman Frenkie De Jong a few weeks ago for 86 million euros (75 million fixed plus 11 in add-ons), Barcelona have progressed their progress to strengthen their midfield with the arrival of the rojiblanco player.
They are willing to offer Atlético 110 million euros for the Spaniard, wich would make him the most expensive Spanish footballer in history.