Barcelona's Paco Alcacer on the verge of Borussia Dortmund loan move with €25m option to buy

David Cooper 28/08/2018
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Paco Alcacer is close to completing a loan move from Barcelona to Borussia Dortmund according to reports in German media.

The striker has already undergone a medical on Tuesday ahead of the switch after arriving in Dortmund on Monday.

The 24-year-old’s one-year loan deal is expected to cost the Bundesliga outfit €2.2m with a move expected to be finalised imminently.

There is an option to buy for €25m inserted in the contract if the Spaniard impresses.

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