Borussia Dortmund say Ousmane Dembele has a price but Barcelona are refusing to negotiate for the striker.
The Bundesliga side’s CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke reported there had been ‘nothing since’ an original bid earlier this month of €80m plus €25m in add-ons, while sporting director Michael Zorc also said a deal was not close.
“We have made our ideas quite clear to them: either Barcelona meets them or they do not,” Zorc told German outlet Kicker.
“A meeting in Monaco? The draw's the only reason for us going. I just wanted to finally make the trip."
The German club are thought to want in excess of €130m for the French international, with reports in Spain indicating the Catalan giants were willing to pay €100m upfront along with add-ons.