Arthur, the ‘new Xavi’ of Barça who Fiorentina does not want

Arthur, the ‘new Xavi’ of Barça who Fiorentina does not want
Arthur, the ‘new Xavi’ of Barça who Fiorentina does not want

Arthur can’t find his place. The one who was Barça’s brand new signing in 2028 to make Xavi forget, has not managed to settle in a team since he left the culé team heading to Juventus in 2020. The Brazilian played for the Italian team for two seasons, who still has his rights, but has been on two consecutive loan spells without convincing. Last season he went to Klopp’s Liverpoolwhere he barely had minutes and had to go back to Juve, who decided to loan him again this season, but this time to Fiorentina.

This year he has had the minutes that he did not have in previous seasons, playing a total of 45 games in all competitions, in which he has scored one goal and managed to distribute four assists. On the horizon, the Conference League final, to finish the season with a European title. Despite the large number of matches played, Fiorentina has no intention of exercising the purchase option it has on the player, of 20 million euros. The price is considered very highso Arthur will have to return to Juventus in the summer, according to Fabrizio Romano.

The Brazilian is very happy at Fiorentina and would like to stay, but the Italian club is not willing to pay those 20 million euros: “I am very happy at Fiorentina, I feel at home here. I would love to stay, but it’s not up to me”. Only a reduction in the final price and an adjustment in Arthur’s salary would change Fiorentina’s mind.

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