By Basil Afoni
Although the Cameroonian midfielder is still struggling to gain first place position in Barca, many top European clubs still recognized his potentials.
He is courted by Premier League champions, Manchester United, who are prepared to spend €15 million but face competition from Liverpool, AC Milan and Athletico Madrid.
It is understand that Manchester United are in pole position to capture Song as manager David Moyes steps up plans in rebuilding his struggling squad.
With the 2 year transfer window ban transfer imposed on Barcelona by FIFA, preventing the club from selling players, it might jeopardize the Cameroonian international chances of getting regular playing time in another club.
Song, 26 has appeared in 28 of Barcelona’s 53 matches in all competitions this season but is still struggling to get a regular first-team spot.
He has started only 12 of the club’s 43 league and Champions League matches. He still has three years remaining on his contract.