- Riqui Puig and LA Galaxy have reached a verbal agreement, and it is looking likely the 22-year-old midfielder from FC Barcelona will join MLS.
- The two sides will need to get the deal done within the next three days, before the transfer window closes
- Barcelona and LA Galaxy are now working on the details, in which the La Liga club intend to have a repurchase option
Barcelona midfielder Riqui Puig is expected to join Los Angeles Galaxy on loan for the remainder of the 2022 campaign.
The 22-year-old has reportedly reached an agreement in principle with the Major League Soccer club, according to Spanish journalist Relevo’s Albert Rogé.
The Catalan giants are finalizing a deal would either include a buy back option or a percentage of a future sale.
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A host of several Serie A clubs were reportedly scrambling for the services of the La Masia product but no formal offers were made.
This is another big-name arrival for Los Angeles Galaxy after the signings of Uruguayan midfielder Gaston Brugman and former Juventus and Bayern winger Douglas Costa.
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Laporta had a sour relationship with Messi after he claimed to renew the seven-time Ballon d'Or's contract, only to pull the rug from under his feet at the last minute.
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