03 May 2012

Guardiola's march doesn't turn off the interest of Barça for David Luiz

From England say that Tito Vilanova is also committed to incorporating the Chelsea center-back, which Barça could make an offer of around 30 million euros.

The technical secretariat of the Barça continues its silent work to strengthen the first team ahead of next season. One name that has sounded stronger in recent months is that of David Luiz, Brazil's center-back Chelsea, who beat Barça's in the semifinals of this season's Champions League.

The information that pointed to the interest of Barcelona for having the powerful defender 'blue' givens originally Guardiola pleased by footballer of its features. However, all indications are that the output of Pep and Tito Vilanova relay should not be a handicap for the interest in the player remains in force at Barça.

In fact, from England, the newspaper 'Daily Mirror' highlights on Thursday that detail, while highlighting that Barça should sell before facing an operation of this magnitude. Chelsea paid about 25 million by the Brazilian and would like to get some economic benefit if he accepts a negotiation. There is speculation a hypothetical transfer of nearly 35 million to convince Abramovich and Di Matteo permit the release of one of the cornerstones of the new Chelsea.

With the arrival of a central category of David Luiz and the addition of a left back-presumably Jordi Alba, Barça would give a qualitative leap in their defensive line, after the many who have suffered physical problems behind in the last season. (via SPORT)