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According to information from the Spanish newspaper ‘Sport’, the values of the proposal made by Barcelona are 50 million euros (R$ 276 million approximately), in addition to 10 million euros (R$ 55 million) in bonuses.
Chelsea, who would also like to have Koundé next season, would have invested more in the athlete, with a proposal of 55 million euros (R$ 303 million). However, even with lower value, the choice of the now ex-Sevilla was for the Camp Nou team, where he made it clear that he wants to play.
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