Barca’s Jordi Alba presented with Atletico as a potential destination – a surprising twist in his journey!

Jordi Alba, the illustrious left-back of FC Barcelona, has meticulously planned to abide by his contractual obligations with the club until June 2024. Yet, amidst all his unequivocal assurance, there is a palpable whiff of ambivalence that is emanating from his thought process. Should his mind be swayed towards cutting his ties with the Catalan giants, in the upcoming summer transfer window, the reigning LaLiga champions, Atletico Madrid, are surreptitiously monitoring the situation with unwavering intensity. As per the reports published in ‘Mundo Deportivo’, Atletico is reasonably interested in roping in the services of Alba for the next season.

Very recently, Jordi Alba had an all-important rendezvous with the decision-makers of FC Barcelona, where he voiced his standpoint on numerous pertinent issues. The 32-year-old staunchly emphasized his determined intention to fulfil his present contractual obligations with the esteemed club, meaning that he would only leave next year. However, in a momentary lapse of coherence, he did concede the possibility of a departure this season.

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Atletico Madrid, along with the Saudi Arabian clubs, has shown an avid interest in acquiring the services of the imperious Catalan full-back. Reinildo Mandava, their current left-back, has been sidelined for the rest of the season due to an injury. In light of this, Atletico, with Alba in their crosshairs for an extended period now, have started mulling over the prospect of adding another left-back to their squad.

On the other hand, Al-Hilal, from Saudi Arabia, is also vying for Jordi Alba’s signature, where he will join forces with Lionel Messi and Sergio Busquets, among others. Nonetheless, the dedicated defender has unequivocally prioritized staying put at FC Barcelona. In any event, only time will tell what lies in store for him in the upcoming summer transfer window.

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