- Ousmane Dembele's contract at Barcelona could be terminated by the club after failing to accept transfer deal
- Clubs like Chelsea and Manchester United in the Premier League were said to be interested in signing Dembele
- Dembele has been playing for Barcelona since 2017 and the Frenchman has won two Spanish La Liga titles
Barcelona chiefs are reportedly considering terminating the contract of Frenchman Ousmane Dembele following his refusal to accept transfer offers from clubs in the transfer window.
The France international was seriously linked with an exit at Barcelona before the transfer window was closed, but despite all the deals brought on the table, Dembele rejected them.
Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal were also said to be interested in signing Ousmane Dembele, but there was not move for the former Dortmund forward.
And according to the latest news on 90min and Marca, some eggheads at Barcelona are not happy with Ousmane Dembele and they feel allowing him to leave will be a good decision.
When did Ousmane Dembele join Barcelona?
Ousmane Dembele left Borussia Dortmund in 2017 for a move to Barcelona where he has featured in 87 games so far netting 18 goals.
The France international has also won two Spanish La Liga titles at Barcelona so far which is a good record for the World Cup winner.
What is Barcelona's current position on the League table?
Xavi and his men at Barcelona have played 21 games so far this season and they have gathered 35 points and 15 behind leaders Real Madrid.
Barcelona announce the signing of top Spanish winger from Premier League giants
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Barcelona who are top Spanish La Liga announced the loan signing of winger Adama Traore from Premier League side Wolves until the end of the ongoing League season in Europe.
Since Barcelona chiefs appointed Xavi as the new boss at Nou Camp, the Spaniard has been trying to change the fortune of Barcelona for the best.
Traore, 26, began his career in the Catalans' famed La Masia youth system before moving on in 2015.
He has now returned to his first club where he becomes their third signing of the January window and Barcelona even have the option to make the deal permanent at the end of the season.