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Kylian Mbappe’s asking price has reportedly been raised
But the high price whittles the list down to an elite few that possess deep pockets.
Former Madrid player Pedja Mijatovic is reportedly good friends with the 20-year-old's agent and played a key role in his move from Rennes to Dortmund last summer.
But The Sun reckons Barca will spend their windfall on Coutinho and Chelsea's Eden Hazard - presumably just to brass off Real Madrid after their much-publicised pursuit of the Stamford Bridge star.
Atletico Madrid, the player's preferred choice, cannot play Costa until January due to their transfer ban, creating a dilemma for the Spain striker with the World Cup on the horizon, which has brought Milan into play.
BST: Hello all and welcome back to Transfer Talk. It does seem mind-boggling as to who Barcelona could actually go for, we've just entered August and the season is fast approaching, it seems hard to believe that any club would be as so willing to sell their star players to Barcelona as of right now.
The Principality club have already lost a host of players this summer with Bernardo Silva and Benjamin Mendy joining Manchester City, while Tiemoue Bakayoko has moved to Chelsea.
He has a new contract offer on the table at Monaco but it looks increasingly likely that Mbappe eyes his future away from the French champions. Bielsa led Athletic Bilbao to the finals of both the Copa del Rey and the Europa League in 2012.
That sort of scoring record for a player of such a young age is highly impressive, even if the majority of his goals came in Ligue One against some questionable opposition. The Toffees have been stuck in negotiations for weeks, but Ronald Koeman appears to have finally got his man.
The front page of French daily L'Equipe features two of the world's most top strikers.
Another reason to switch their focus from Mbappe was that the Spanish champions were concerned about the wages of the player.
Assurances over consistent playing time have always been crucial for Mbappe. Swansea, Stoke and Southampton have also registered an interest in the New Zealand international after his 30 goals for Leeds last season.
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