Barcelona Rejects €200 Million Offer from Paris Saint-Germain

Barcelona has turned down an offer from Paris Saint-Germain amounting to €200 million to sign the young player Lamine Yamal, who has been shining with the Catalan club this season.

According to the Spanish newspaper "Marca," the management of Paris Saint-Germain aims to compensate for the departure of their star player Kylian Mbappe to Real Madrid next summer by acquiring Yamal.

The report added that the French club is willing to pay €200 million for the transfer of the Barcelona player, a staggering amount for a 16-year-old boy. The player's agent, George Mendez, traveled to Barcelona this week to meet with President Joan Laporta, informing him of the Parisian club's interest.

"Marca" clarified that Barcelona will not sell Lamine Yamal, considering him as a key player who will remain so in the future.

Barcelona is facing an economic crisis and has several salary issues. Selling Yamal could be an immediate solution to alleviate their financial difficulties.

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