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Boatheng got Messi's shirt, but his predecessors were not very lucky with this number (PHOTO)
source In a deal that is rarely expected, Barcelona confirmed today the engagement of Kevin Prince Boateng, who arrives on loan until the end of the season. For this surprising transfer, Spain's champion will pay one million euros, and there will be an option in summer to buy the player for 8 million euros. The German made the "19th" for the new adventure, the two seasons that Leo Messi wore before joining the "10th" from Ronaldinho. It remains to be seen in which light the attacker will be shown, but the players who received this number after Leo Messi were not celebrated too much (Munir El Hadadi, Lucas Diño, Sandro Ramirez, Ibrahim Afelay, Martin Montoya and Muxwell) and are no longer part of the club. source Other transverses and speculations... -Real Madrid shows strong interest in the Manchester City star Bernardo Silva. "Kings" bids £ 70m. - Athletico opened the exit door of Zellison Martins. Arsenal, Milan and Monaco show interest for the Portuguese -Tottenham wants reinforcements in attack and contemplates Andy Carroll's "shocking" transfer from West Ham - Matteo Darmian is close to transfer to Juventus. The Italian will arrive on a loan from Manchester United by the end of the season, with a right to a ransom of 8 million euros. It's happening Real Madrid agreed to transfer Militão from Porto for 50m euros. Chelsea's Victor Mosses is close to transfer to Fenerbahce. Lending to the end of the season, with the right to redemption. -Genova confirmed that in the next 48 hours the transfer of Piatec to Milan should be completed. This means that "Rossoneri" will give Iguana Green to move to Chelsea. - Mauro Icardi's agent and manager, Wanda Nara, confirmed that the attacker will surely continue the contract with Inter. - Rumors have appeared in the media that Chelsea could go after Felipe Coutinho. - Fulham scored a deal with Chelsea for an engagement by Gary Cahill, but the experienced stopper refused to move to "Keven Kottige". - Parma does not give up trying to hire experienced Alessandro Matri by the end of the season as a borrowed football player. - Veteran Glenn Johnson, who has been a freed football player since summer, has now officially announced his career ending. - Arsenal's team reportedly started negotiating with Real Madrid for an engagement by Hammes Rodriguez. - Branislav Ivanovic, on 35 years of age, received an offer to become the second-highest-paid Serb, just behind Nemanja Matic. An unnamed club from Saudi Arabia offered Ivanovic a sum between six and eight million euros per season. - CONGO: Diego Simeone agrees to sign a new contract with Atletico Madrid! - The Island writes that young Hudson Odoie has rejected an offer from Chelsea to earn £ 85,000 a week for a four year contract. The young player would have secured a £ 35m salary in four years, but his desire is to transfer to Bayern Munich. - Officially: Scott McTamini signed a new contract with Manchester United. Dinamo Zagreb after 30 years has stepped up with a Serb. After a pause of 30 years, Croatian champion Dinamo Zagreb stepped up with a Serbian footballer. If in 1989 a new football player from the Maximir team was the best scorer of the then Yugoslav league Radmilo Mihailovic, now the "blue" again led the top scorer. But this time it comes from the domestic championship, that is, from the Inter Zapresic team. Former youth representative of Serbia, Komen Andric, decided to continue his career in Dinamo and signed a contract for five years. According to Croatian media reports, this transfer cost slightly less than one million euros. Andric played an excellent half-season in the Inter's international jersey with HNL and with 11 goals he scored as the top scorer in the league.