As per Canarias 7, the Catalan giants have made an offer to the Canary Island-outfit, but have been told that their bid is totally insufficient.
The report states that Barca made an offer of €4 million for the defender, and while that would mean Las Palmas would double their money on the Uruguayan, they are understood to be holding out for a higher fee.
As per the Spanish source, the Canaries have referred Barca to the player’s fee release clause, which currently stands at €30 million.
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The defender currently has a contract until 2021 with the Liga BBVA oufit—meaning there is no pressure on them to sell—although the report states that there are various club interested in signing him.
20-year-old Lemos featured 10 times in the top flight this season, featuring almost exclusively as a centre-back, while also playing in midfield.