Manchester City Fans have been reacting to a post on Twitter, which relays a report that claims Barcelona’s decision to change the contract offered to Eric García has led to ‘tensions’ between the two parties.
The 20-year-old’s deal at the Etihad Stadium is due to expire at the end of June, though, and he is widely expected to leave Pep Guardiola’s side on a free transfer after he turned down a contract extension from the Premier League club late last season.
The defender, who left Barca for City back in 2017 after nine years in the La Masia academy had reportedly agreed a deal in principal to move back to Catalonia last year
Marca reported that Barcelona had ‘modified the amounts’ of the pre-agreed contract they had with Eric Garcia, now offering the player less and leaving him with something to think about.
According to Diario AS via Sport Witness, Barcelona’s decision to change the contract offered has led to ‘tensions’ between the two parties.
The report claims that has ‘increased the distrust’ in the negotiations, but Barcelona hope that they can reach a ‘meeting point’ so García’s dream of a return to the Camp Nou can be realised and bring this saga to a much-needed end.
In reaction to the news shared on Twitter by City Chief and City Xtra, Man City fans have been expressing their thoughts and opinions.
If you love barca you would truly play for them for free.
— West Ham Utd F.C (@WestHamUtdFC2) April 13, 2021
Please just leave
— Real Talk Manchester City ⚽️ (@RealTalkMCFC) April 13, 2021
If he loves Barca so much he will go there and surely it shouldn’t matter about the money? 🤔
— KP (@NettyCiteh) April 13, 2021
Really, we don’t.
Bridges have been burnt and there’s no way back for him.
— Barry Bank (@BankOfBarry) April 13, 2021
This is why you should never burn bridges with your current employer…
— DI “One Final Ride for King Kun!!!” (@MCFCinMileHigh) April 13, 2021
That’s what he gets for trying to leave
— red (@DiasDef) April 13, 2021
bra just take whatever they give you and leave
— ً (@Joseftheguy) April 13, 2021