Douglas Santos who plays as a left back for Brazilian club Atlético Mineiro has emerged as a target for European elites Barcelona, Arsenal and Valencia after his exposure as a Felipe Luis' understudy in Brazil's dismal Copa America outing.
While Barcelona do not have any serious injury concerns ahead of their clash against Real Madrid, defenders Jeremy Mathieu and Adriano are expected to be unavailable for the fixture.
The agent of he Brazil full-back Adriano has confirmed the defender wants to leave FC Barcelona in search of regular first team football with Liverpool FC and Roma interested. The Brazil fullback signed from Seville for 10 million Euros in the summer of 2010. However, following the arrival of Jordi Alba from Valencia, has found his chances restricted as the Spain international has made the place his own. Adriano made only 25 appearance for the Blaugrana in 13-14 season with only 12 starts and is getting increasingly frustrated by the lack of chances. . Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo claim that Roma is an option for the full-back, while Liverpool FC who are also on the look out for a left back with Jose Enrique set to leave the club. are linked in the English Press. Liverpool FC also are looking to seal a deal for Lucas Digne, who is thought to be their first priority over Adriano with FC Barcelona […]
Liverpool FC are lining up a move for FC Barcelona full-back Adriano, according to reports.
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