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Barcelona and Liverpool eyeing move for Roma's Lorenzo Pellegrini

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Roma's Lorenzo Pellegrini could be on his way out of the club this summer with Barcelona and Liverpool credited with an interest.

Pellegrini's fine form has attracted admiring glances from some of Europe's top sides, and Mundo Deportivo report that Barcelona and Liverpool have both lodged their interest in acquiring his services.

A deal is made all the more possible by Pellegrini having just a year left to run on his current contract, though the situation is made a little more complex by the fact Serie A side Atalanta have the option to purchase him for a fee of just €20m (£17.2m).

Pellegrini has a release clause in his contract of €30m (£25.8m), though Barcelona are unwilling to offer such a hefty amount given their current financial plight and the fact the player will be free to discuss his future with other clubs next January.

Barcelona had hoped to welcome Georginio Wijnaldum to Camp Nou, though their plans were scuppered as Paris Saint-Germain tabled a late bid to secure the signing of the former Liverpool man.

Last season he enjoyed the best goalscoring campaign of his career - notching 11 goals in all competitions - though his efforts weren't enough to help the club secure Champions League football.

Should Gian Piero Gasperini's side opt to pay the agreed price, Barça and Liverpool's interest is likely to prove futile, though that hasn't stopped them pursuing a deal.
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