Tottenham plans fall apart…Saudi offer of 145.4 billion, tripling his wages

Tottenham are set to receive a staggering offer from Al-Hilal for the 27-year-old Barcelona forward. Al-Hilal are willing to offer a transfer fee of €100 million ($145.4 million) for the player, which would include a three-fold increase in his weekly wages. The player has previously rejected offers from Saudi Arabian clubs in favor of staying, and Barcelona, who are facing financial uncertainty, are keen to sell him.

Spanish media outlet Sport reported on Thursday that “the Saudis, who have been trying to sign him for a year, are back. They have made a financially irresistible offer. Al-Hilal are willing to offer up to €100 million for the transfer, which Barcelona cannot ignore. In addition, Al-Hilal are willing to triple the player’s weekly salary. From a financial point of view, all parties will benefit greatly,” the report said.

Saudi clubs are expected to continue their star recruitment drive this summer. Mohamed Salah (Liverpool, 31), Son Heung-min (Tottenham, 31), and Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City, 32) are among the world’s most sought-after players. Barcelona’s Zafinha is also a major target for Saudi clubs.

The Saudi clubs are hoping to capitalize on Barcelona’s financial instability and bring him in. Barcelona are in need of selling some players to strengthen their squad, and he is the most likely target. Barcelona has valued the player at €80 million ($116.3 million). Tottenham, as well as the Saudi club, are currently courting the player and preparing for a summer move.

However, despite what Barcelona thinks, he wants to stay at the club. Barcelona is his dream club, and he wants to continue competing for his dreams at the club. Hafinha has had an up-and-down season this season, losing out to Ramin Yamal (16) in the competition for a starting spot, but he is determined to find a place.

‘Sport’ says: “Hafinha does not want to leave Barcelona and his former agent, Deku (46-Portugal), is at the club. Barcelona have so far rejected the offers that have come in for him. However, they are now considering selling him for financial reasons. “If Barcelona want to sell him, they have to convince the player,” said a source close to the situation.

The Brazilian international joined Barcelona in the summer of 2022 after spells at Sporting CP, Stade Rennes, and Leeds United. Hapinha’s arrival at Barcelona was highly anticipated, with the club setting a record transfer fee of €60 million. He lived up to those expectations, scoring 10 goals and providing 12 assists in 50 official games in his first season.

However, his ups and downs this season, coupled with frequent injuries, have seen his rating drop. His left-footed bias and late decisions made him look frustrating on the pitch. Add to that the rapid development of promising youngster Yamal, and he eventually lost his starting spot.


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