Udinese hold talks with Barcelona star Bojan
Thursday 09 June 2011
Barcelona are in talks with Udinese over a possible move for Arsenal and Liverpool target Bojan Krkic to the Serie A outfit, according to the player's agent.
The 20-year-old forward is reportedly being offered to Udinese as part of a deal which would see Chile winger Alexis Sanchez move to the Nou Camp this summer.
Bojan has also been strongly linked by the Italian media with a move to Roma in recent days.
Roma will be coached next season by former Barcelona B manager Luis Enrique.
"For the time being there is nothing official," said Bojan's agent Zoran Vekic to asromanews.it.
"I know that Barcelona and Udinese are in talks but I don't know the exact details, if it is money or an exchange.
"With regards to Roma, I have been a friend of Luis Enrique for the past 20 years.
"But in the past few days we have never spoken about Bojan so I believe this is just rumours."
Bojan has struggled to get regular first-team football at Barca and is expected to leave the club this summer.
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