- Shkodran Mustafi has emerged as transfer target for Spanish La Liga side Barcelona
- Barcelona are looking forward to bolster their squad when the January transfer window opens
- Mustafi has played 101 games for Arsenal so far scoring seven goal for the Gunners
Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi has reportedly emerges as January 2021 transfer target for Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona who are ready to go for his signature.
Ronald Koeman who is Barcelona coach is currently having Gerard Pique, Clement Lenglet and Araujo in the heart of the backline and want to bolster his squad.
Dutchman Frenkie De Jong has been used many times by Barcelona in the defense and Barcelona chiefs want to find permanent solution to their problem.
Mustafi's current contract at Barcelona will expire at the end of the season and the Gunners chiefs have not succeeded in convincing him to sign new deal.
According to the report on Sportbible, Barcelona are interested in luring the 28-year-old to the Camp Nou.
Chelsea's Antonio Rudigier is also similarly out of favour and could be an option, while Liverpool will surely not allow Joel Matip to move on given their crisis in central defence this term.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Barcelona legend Luis Figo stated clearly that Lionel Messi has made up his mind to leave the Spanish giants at the end of the ongoing 2020/21 League season in Europe.
Before the start of the ongoing season in Spain, Barcelona chiefs labored hard to keep Lionel Messi as the Argentine submitted a transfer request to the club.
Lionel Messi was livid with how Barcelona crashed out of the Champions League losing against Bayern Munich who then went on to win the championship.
The defeat also made Barcelona chiefs to sack coach Setien and was replaced with Dutchman Ronald Koeman who has been impressive so far in charge.
Lionel Messi has been linked with a move to Manchester City and Paris-Saint-Germain, and Luis Figo who played 172 games for the Catalans explained that the Argentine would leave Nou Camp.
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