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Reports: Five Defenders Linked With Barca

Reports: Five Defenders Linked With Barcelona

By Kurt Buckerfield - Jul 13, 2017 08:49 AM @KurtLaduma

FC Barcelona have failed in their bid to replace Dani Alves, who left at the start of last season, but here are five right-backs believed to be on the club’s wish-list.

Click through the mini-gallery to see the five full-backs linked to Barca!

After 391 appearances for the Catalan giants, replacing the Brazilian was always going to be a tough task, and it has proven to be exactly that so far.

Sergi Roberto played out of position to cover at right-back for the most part of last season, as well as Aleix Vidal, who unfortunately suffered an injury that kept him out of action for several months.

According to the Portuguese daily, the Catalan club are looking to lure Benfica and Portugal international Nelson Semedo to Spain, but, Marca claim he is one of five right-backs on their radar.

Monaco defender Djibril Sidibe is also reportedly being watched by the club, as well Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin, Valencia’s Joao Cancelo and Bayern Munich’s Joshua Kimmich.

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All of the aforementioned players are fairly youthful full-backs, while they are also full internationals.

Which of these five right-backs would best suit Barca? Let us know in the comments section below. 


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khulex nxumaloo Joined: 25 Mar 2015
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khulex nxumaloo Jul 13, 2017 11:47 AM
Joshua Kimmich will do wonders there. Him n Mtiti would work along
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luckykumwenda@gmail.com Jul 13, 2017 10:47 AM
We always beat Madrid even if we put our weak Gomez
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real-madrid Jul 13, 2017 10:07 AM
lols too weak to stop madrid, they should sign more quality players

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