Marc Bartra is having a tough choice to decide whether he will stay at Barcelona or leave. The biggest problem for the 24-year-old defender is that he doesn’t have a lot of time to make his decision, only 2 days!
The FC Barcelona defender Marc Bartra is considering his options and he’s having a big dilemma. Since Marc Bartra did not played 50 games in the last two seasons, which was set in his contract, his buy-out clause fell to 12 million euros. This is the amount that any club will pay gladly in order to sign him.
But..Bartra has something more than 48 hours to decide, to stay at Barcelona or to leave the Champions league reigning winner. According to Mundo Deportivo, Bartra on the table has offers of three European clubs who have already prepared the required amount of 12 million euros.
However, from July 1 this amount increases to 50 million euros, an that0s amount that will immediately ‘cool’ all interested sides. Bartra is rightly in a dilemma. Barca boss Luis Enrique to him on the telephone has said that he’s counting on him at Barcelona, but a lack of first team playing minutes could mean that Bartra also could drop from the Spain national team and could watch Euro 2016 on his tv.
The Player has taken to Twitter to post an enigmatic message, saying “No force will shoot down your dreams, because they gain strength from their own light. They feed on their own passion.”
Ninguna fuerza abatirá tus sueños, porque ellos se nutren con su propia luz. Se alimentan de su propia pasión… 🔵🔴 pic.twitter.com/61t5ROlALm
— Marc Bartra (@MarcBartra) June 28, 2015
Once again, next season Barca will be able to count on Thomas Vermaelen who, if he stays healthy, will get many minutes in the last line of the Blaugrana.
It remains to be seen, whether Barcelona will lose another great talent for a relatively small amount of money, as was the case with Thiago Alcantara who joined the German side, Bayern Munich.
According to the latest reports, Bartra has rejected Manchester City, Spurs, Porto and Bayern Munich and he’s determined to stay at Barca.