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Controversy as Real enter Pogba race

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Barca consider Bojan as makeweight

Barcelona could include Bojan Krkic as part of a deal to sign Real Sociedad goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, club sources have told AS.

Pinto backs Bravo for Barcelona

Bravo, 31, has been linked with a move to Barca as Victor Valdes and Pinto are to leave Camp Nou this summer.

The Liga giants have already landed Marc-Andre ter Stegen from Borussia Moenchengladbach but are reportedly seeking backup for next season.

AS claims Barca are keen to wrap up a deal for Bravo before the start of the World Cup on June 12, where the keeper will be competing for Chile.

Sociedad are said to prefer to keep hold of Bravo but are aware that an offer from Barcelona could tempt the player.

Bojan could be used as a "sweetener," AS reports, with the forward back in Barcelona after a loan spell at Ajax.

AS reports Bojan "is deemed surplus to requirements at Barcelona, despite playing under new coach Luis Enrique at Roma."

Should Bravo leave, Sociedad could move for Universidad Catolica shot-stopper Cristopher Toselli.

Toselli's Universidad Catolica teammate Fabian Cerda told Chilean media outlets: "Toselli is ready to leave the club; his quality is beyond doubt as he has shown in the league, in South American championships and with the national team and it is only a matter of when his move will be made official.

"It will be a good thing for everyone, he is a great goalkeeper who will do well in Spain."

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