BARCELONA are lining up a shock transfer offer for Tottenham flop Juan Foyth.
Foyth, 24, never truly found his feet while at Spurs and was subsequently shipped out to Villarreal after an unsuccessful three-year stint in North London.
The defender's move to La Liga was initially only a loan move, but his impressive performances at Villarreal in his first season convinced them to sanction a £13million transfer for him last summer.
His first season with Unai Emery at the Yellow Submarine actually ended with a victory in the Europa League final against Manchester United – the club's first ever trophy.
And now following his success Spanish giants Barcelona are now plotting a move, according to Mundo Deportivo.
However, Villarreal will not allow the defender to leave unless his £35m release clause is met.
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The Bluagrana missed out on Chelsea's Cesar Azpilicueta after he signed a new two-year deal at Chelsea to fill their right-back spot.
Xavi's side will reportedly allow Sergino Dest to leave the club in a deal worth £17m, with Manchester United and Chelsea said to be interested.
Currently, central defender Ronald Aruajo is the preferred option at right-back but the club are understood to have a list of more natural options who they can bring in.
Among these are Arsenal's Hector Bellerin and Borussia Dortmund's Meunier.
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Bellerin in particular is pushing for the move, with the Spaniard demanding Arsenal terminate his £110,000 per week contract to allow him to complete a free transfer.
Barcelona have recently pulled a fourth "economic lever" which will allow them to sign Marcos Alonso and go after more signings despite their half a BILLION debt.
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