Sergi Roberto’s future at Barcelona is less clear than it has ever been, and his future beyond this season is uncertain, according to Diario AS.
According to El Mundo Deportivo, the 29-year-old has a contract at the Camp Nou until the summer of 2022, and the club has offered him a new contract worth an extra year until 2023.
Both reports, however, reveal that Sergi Roberto is dissatisfied with being offered only a one-year extension – which does not provide him with security – while also becoming less visible in the first-team squad.
Sergino Dest and Oscar Mingueza are now both available at right-back, and the emergence of multiple central midfield options has further hampered his chances of starting.
The player’s contract was last renewed in February 2018, but no details about whether he might have to accept a wage cut have been revealed.
The Spain international has spent his entire professional career at Camp Nou, where he has helped the club win six La Liga titles, two Champions League titles, and five Copa del Rey titles.
Source: Football Espana