Barcelona rumor round-up: Sissoko, Rafinha, Bellerin & Grimaldo

There’s a couple of crackers in today’s update

Sissoko offered to Barcelona

It’s fair to say that Don Balon has simply outdone itself this time with claims that Tottenham have offered Barcelona their super flop Moussa Sissoko.

The report correctly identifies the fact that Sissoko has been one of the worst signings Spurs have made in recent seasons before bafflingly claiming his reputation has not suffered too much during his time at White Hart Lane. Erm, ok then.

Apparently Barcelona will have to battle AC Milan for Sissoko’s services which is as blatantly ridiculous as it sounds. Next.

Bellerin could be available on the cheap

Another day, another Hector Bellerin rumour with Mundo Deportivo claiming the full-back could be available on the cheap should Arsenal miss out on a top four finish.

The Gunners need to win their final game of the season against Everton and hope Liverpool or even Manchester City drop points to secure Champions League football for next season.

If, as seems likely they do miss out, Barcelona’s chances of signing Bellerin will receive a huge boost and they could even land him for less than the €50m Arsenal originally asked for.

Rafinha considering exit as Liverpool & Juve wait

Rafinha is considering leaving Barcelona this summer in search of more regular football, according to Marca, despite his father’s claims to the contrary.

Juventus are believed to be willing to bid €25m for the Brazilian while Liverpool have also been sniffing around and Barca are open to the possibility of selling him.

Pedro Neto turns down Barcelona

Portuguese starlet Pedro Neto has rejected a move to Barcelona and has opted to stay at Braga, so say Sport.

The talented teen has apparently visited Barcelona, and Manchester United, but has opted to sign a new deal with the Portuguese side that runs until 2020.

Grimaldo open to Camp Nou return

Alejandro Grimaldo admits he could be tempted back to Barcelona and is refusing to rule out a return to Camp Nou at some point, via Mundo Deportivo..

The 21-year-old says he will always be grateful to Barca and would never close the door on the Blaugrana.