According to Spanish newspaper ‘As’, Barcelona, Liverpool, and PSG are interested in signing Brazilian midfielder Bruno Guimarães, who has been standing out this season for Newcastle in the Premier League. The three European giants could compete for his signature in the upcoming transfer windows.
Guimarães’ performance on the field has gained him value, with Newcastle currently occupying a place in the group of clubs classified for the next Champions League.
Liverpool is rumored to be willing to pay up to 100 million euros (approximately R$ 544 million) to bring the Brazilian player to Anfield. However, PSG’s sporting director, Luis Campos, who knows Bruno Guimarães since his time playing for Lyon, could offer a higher amount to secure his signing.
Meanwhile, Barcelona is reportedly planning to invest in Bruno Guimarães in the summer transfer window of 2024. The club is currently promoting changes in its squad and is likely to negotiate players to comply with LaLiga’s Financial Fair Play regulations and potentially sign the Brazilian midfielder.
Bruno Guimarães is of interest to several clubs
Bruno Guimarães is a versatile midfielder known for his technical abilities and tactical awareness on the field. He joined Newcastle in January 2021, and his performances have impressed many European clubs, hence the growing interest in him. In Brazil, he played for Athletico Paranaense before moving to Lyon in January 2020.
Newcastle, who signed Guimarães for a reported fee of around 25 million euros, would likely benefit from selling him if they miss out on a place in the Champions League. Although the club is said to be interested in keeping him, a high offer from one of the three European giants could be difficult to refuse.
It remains to be seen which club will ultimately sign Bruno Guimarães, but it is clear that his impressive performances this season have attracted the attention of top European teams. With his future potentially decided in the upcoming transfer windows, fans are eagerly waiting to see where he will end up playing.