Lucas Digne Dismisses 'Fake' Barcelona Exit Report

Lucas Digne says Barcelona were better than bitter rivals and La Liga champions Real Madrid last season as the France worldwide paid tribute to the work of former boss Luis Enrique. "I came to form part of the team from the first day, of course, but also to form part of the next generation at Barca". I am looking forward to winning many more trophies and big titles in the future with Barca. "But that's football. It's just to explain how close it was".

The France worldwide had a mixed first season at the Camp Nou following his transfer from Paris Saint-Germain and has been linked with a move away from the club this summer.

Messi topped LaLiga's scoring charts with 37 goals - eight more than his nearest challenger and team-mate Luis Suarez, and 12 ahead of Ronaldo.

"I am very happy with my first season", Digne said.

"I look forward to the start of next season".

The Spaniard has already informed his club that he won't join any other club that could face Barcelona but with Inter out of every European competition this season, the nerazzurri still dream of signing the 33-year-old.

"At a club like Barca, all the players are internationals and you need two top players in each position, everyone knows that", he added.

"I want to play more in the future and win a lot of titles".

The latest we have for you is that, according to the English media source, the Daily Mail, who have picked up on some information being bandied about by the Spanish news outlet, Mundo Deportivo, is that Barcelona are willing to stretch to €70 million to persuade Paris Saint-Germain to part-company with the Italian.

  • Leroy Wright