April 13, 2024

Several players who grew, developed, and shone at lower levels of FC Barcelona have left the club in the last few years, particularly to continue on a path of growth, as getting first-team minutes at the Catalan club is extremely difficult.

 

One such player who left Barcelona, and can once again move to another club in the coming January transfer window, is the left-back, Juan Miranda.

 

After spending a year on loan at Schalke 04 and Real Betis, respectively, the youngster joined Betis permanently, but Barcelona reserved a clause for getting 40% of any proceeds from any future sale on the player.

 

Now, it is looking increasingly likely that this clause will turn into a benefit for Barcelona. According to SPORT, the left-back has already reached an agreement with AC Milan and will become a Milan player sooner rather than later.

 

One such player who left Barcelona, and can once again move to another club in the coming January transfer window, is the left-back, Juan Miranda.

 

After spending a year on loan at Schalke 04 and Real Betis, respectively, the youngster joined Betis permanently, but Barcelona reserved a clause for getting 40% of any proceeds from any future sale on the player.

 

Now, it is looking increasingly likely that this clause will turn into a benefit for Barcelona. According to SPORT, the left-back has already reached an agreement with AC Milan and will become a Milan player sooner rather than later.

 

Miranda’s current contract with Real Betis runs till June 2024, but the Italian club is considering acquiring him in January. The needs of the AC Milan coach, Stefano Pioli will determine when the Rossoneri make a move for the player, as the team also has one of the current best left-backs in the world in Theo Hernandez.

 

FC Barcelona are keeping a close eye on the situation, and are particularly attentive to the negotiations between Real Betis and AC Milan. The Blaugranes are hopeful for a January move for the player, as it will allow them to get a sizeable portion of the fee obtained for him.

 

On the other hand, if the player leaves as a free agent in the summer, neither Barcelona nor Real Betis will get anything for him. Thus, while FC Barcelona is not a direct party in the negotiations for Miranda, the club will still be hoping that a move can be finalized for January.

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