Tha latest club to show interest in the right-back is Juventus.
Barcelona’s Sergi Roberto has been a target for a lot of top European clubs this summer. Recent reports in Spain suggested that Manchester United and Chelsea are ready to trigger the release clause of €40m to land the Spaniard. However, it appears Italian side Juventus have now joined the competition.
The 25-year-old filled in for Dani Alves last season and made 47 appearances. Yet, with the arrival of Nélson Semedo from Benfica, Roberto is unlikely to see a lot of first team football.
Despite a report by El Mundo Deportivo that states Sergi Roberto will remain at Camp Nou, his release clause seems quite attainable by European clubs, given the current situation of the transfer market.