FC Barcelona interested again in Nicolás Tagliafico of Ajax


FC Barcelona would have reignited their interest in Nicolás Tagliafico. Per reports from Sky Sports, the Catalan club will try to sign the Argentine left-back if Marcos Alonso’s deal does not happen.

Tagliafico’s value is around €5 million, and Olympique Lyon have also shown interest in signing him during this transfer market. His contract with Ajax extends until 2023.

In January of this year, FC Barcelona had already tried to sign the Argentine on loan, with an option to buy. Per reports from that time, Ajax didn’t want to loan him, and they asked between four and five million euros for the defender.


  1. So Mighty river plate out from copa libertadores!
    Maximum are are brazilian team in next round…
    So its simple brazilian players are get most attention from Europe!

    • i watched the highlight now and it’s not handball but given as handball. and best team won’t always win, simple example is real madrid this season, everybody knows they are not the best team but won UCL.

  2. Dybala should not limit his options to just Italian serie A only. Try EPL, maybe not MU. Maybe something like Newcastle United who will be the richest club in a few years.

  3. Barca is interested in every players and want to sell his existing players. In between they want to deal with the interest party. Sell high and buy low. At the end nothing happen. The account balance has huge minus defisit.

  4. They will put him up for sale next season like Alves. They already have Alba and they will go for Alonso or some other LB next season again. 5 million is peanut even for Bankruptilona!! He should push for a mid table Spanish or Italian club. He needs regular futbal and especially with Acuna being our only other LB option we need Tagliafico to play regularly!!

    However, Dybala is still looking for a club. Inter has pulled out and his desire to remain in Italy means his options are limited. He will have to take a pay cut and settle for Roma and play in UEFA cup.

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