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Barcelona captain Sergi Roberto’s future up in the air

The future of Barcelona captain Sergi Roberto remains uncertain, according to Mundo Deportivo.

Despite previous reports suggesting Barcelona wanted to keep the 32-year-old midfielder, Roberto has yet to be offered a new contract.

With his current deal expiring in just over three months, Roberto is attracting interest from Major League Soccer (MLS) clubs. These clubs are reportedly waiting on his decision after making him offers.

This news comes as a surprise, as Barcelona were previously thought to be keen to extend Roberto’s contract. However, there seems to be a delay in negotiations.

With no new contract on the table from Barcelona, Roberto is considering his options. MLS clubs are ready to pounce, offering him a lucrative move to the United States.

Roberto will become a free agent in June, meaning he can sign for any club without a transfer fee. Barcelona will need to act quickly if they want to keep their captain.

Roberto faces a big decision about his future. Will he stay at Barcelona, the club he has been with since childhood, or will he be tempted by a new challenge and a big payday in MLS?

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