FC Barcelona had agreed with Rome to be their rival for the Joan Gamper Trophy at the start of the campaign. However, they decided to withdraw his participation because of “the need to change the schedule of summer friendly, with the aim of creating the best possible working conditions face to the following season for the club’s men’s and women’s first team”.
This has caused Barcelona to work to find a new rival for the competition and, in fact, it seems that it will also be a Series To team. Thus it has revealed information of ‘RAC 1’, which assures that AC Milan will be the group traveling to Barcelona on August 6 to contest the commitment. In this way, both the male and female plantel will receive the ‘rossoneri’ in the annual summer ‘party’ celebrated at the Camp Nou.
After 12 years, the current calcium champion will return to the culé temple after this clash where Ronaldinho returned to tread the lawn of his former home. In addition, they will also have other important names that will be in the City Condal, like Rafael Leao, the one who has tied himself as one of Xavi Hernández’s options to strengthen his forward in this traspasos window.
The one who won’t be able to challenge the commitment will be Zlatan Ibrahimovic because of his knee surgery, which will leave him ostracized until next year’s principles. With all of that on the table, the club would be working in the final margins of the deal as the legal department studies to demand to Rome the damages and interests that its decision ends ocasionando in the institution.
PSG is behind everything
The ‘Ran dello Sport’ assures that it would be Paris Saint-Germain the one who convinced to the cúpula of Rome not to challenge the party. Nasser Au-Khelaïfi, president of PSG, would have asked the Italian director not to participate in the tournament because Barca are one of the ‘rebel’ clubs that are part of the Superliga. So he adds that it would not be normal for José Mourinho, the one who plans the entire calendar of his teams to perfection, to change his mind from one moment to the next.