‘Dembélé tackles week after the end of the contract and wants to surrender 40 percent’

The months-long contract soap around Ousmane Dembélé probably ends with a new commitment. The French forward is now formally clubleless, but is willing to hand in forty percent of his salary for a sixth season at FC Barcelona.
Barça and the Kamp dembélé spent months prolonging his expiring contract for months last season. The Frenchman was even temporarily exiled to the stands at the beginning of this year, as he seemed to be betting on a transfer-free departure.
Indeed, his contract ended on June 30, but according to Mundo Deportivo and Fabrizio Romano, Dembélé is willing to hand in and remain. If FC Barcelona also agrees, the wing striker also wears the blue-red.
The story of Barça is well known: the club has to cut considerably in its salary management since the corona crisis in order to capture new players at all. Transfer-free Franck Kessié and Andreas Christensen have already been captured as the first new players, while Clément Lenglet will leave for Tottenham Hotspur.

Ousmane Dembele. Barcelona and player‘s camp are really close to find full agreement, matter of details – but new deal depends on Barça’s green light. Decision now up to Barcelona, more than Dembélé. 🚨🇫🇷 #FCBOusmane, waiting for FCB to decide.Raphinha, part of this‘ domino ‘. pic.twitter.com/m1mcVQt457
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) July 8, 2022