BREAKING NEWS: Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Barcelona are close to completing a swap deal with Brighton for one of the most lethal wingers in the Premier League. The Spanish giants are said to be offering their own players in exchange for the japan International, who is considered to be one of the best attackers in the world. The deal is sure to raise eyebrows, and will no doubt be closely watched by fans and pundits alike. Barcelona Agree Eye-Popping Swap Deal for Premier League Goal Machine”


Brighton has officially announced a deal with Nordsjaelland, securing the signing of Osman in the upcoming summer transfer window for a reported fee of €18.7m (£16m). The 19-year-old Ghanaian winger has penned a contract with the Seagulls that extends until 2029. Osman is poised to become the latest promising talent nurtured by the south coast club, following in the footsteps of players like Moises Caicedo, Marc Cucurella, and Alexis Mac Allister, all of whom were eventually sold for substantial sums.

This acquisition sets the stage for potential developments, particularly regarding the future of Mitoma at the club. The 26-year-old Japanese winger has attracted interest from various teams, including Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea. Despite a decline in his Estimated Transfer Value (ETV) from €30m to €24m, Brighton is likely to demand a fee around €60m for the player they acquired for just €3m in 2021. Expect a competitive bidding war among the Premier League giants for his signature.

In a significant setback for Barcelona, the club’s pursuit of Mitoma faces a setback following Brighton’s signing of Osman. Barcelona had explored the possibility of including Ansu Fati as part of the deal, with the young forward currently on loan at Brighton. However, while Fati has shown flashes of brilliance reminiscent of his early promise, his overall impact has been limited, particularly following a recent calf injury. With Osman’s arrival diminishing Fati’s value to Brighton, a potential exchange becomes less appealing for the Premier League side. Financial constraints may further hinder Barcelona’s ability to compete with the financial might of clubs like Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea in securing Mitoma’s services.

For the Premier League clubs, the race to secure Mitoma’s signature has intensified. With Barcelona’s aspirations dwindling and financial pressures looming, the competition among Manchester City, Manchester United, and Chelsea for the winger’s acquisition is expected to intensify as the transfer window approaches.

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