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Youngsters join Barca football squad – Barcelona v Real Madrid

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In El Clasico, an ongoing football event will be going to be more interesting. As some of the new youngsters will join the Barcelona team to play a distinguished role for their football team. The names of these youngsters are supposed to grow as a famous team Barcelona. These are Ronald Araujo, Francisco Trincao, Pedri, Sergio Dest, Riqui Puig. Fans are excited to see them in action.

Ronald Koeman, the coach of new Barca are confident in revitalizing his team. By introducing some new young talent to his team. The players are also ready to make an impact on the most important fixture of their starting careers.

What are they?

That was the far-reaching and damningly basic decision on Barcelona’s crew. After their mortifying 8-2 Champions League rout by Bayern Munich in August.

Approaching mentor Koeman and the club’s chain of importance concurred. And the new mission was gone before by the cut-value. Deals of thirty-something stars Luis Suarez, Ivan Rakitic, and Arturo Vidal.

To replace them the new Barca coach Koeman decided to bring some new kids as a growing talent who was supposed to contribute to their football team. These new players seem more energetic, positive, and full of spirit.

This is decided to bring some new ideas and new motivations to the team. As the new man in charge will have their own game plan to put their team at the top of the table. There was additionally a solid component of need, particularly from the board’s point of view.

The club is plagued by profound monetary issues. As of late declaring obligations of almost a large portion of a billion euros. And the opportunity to supplant high-acquiring veterans with minimal effort adolescents was too acceptable to even consider missing.


In comparison, the most impressive and most energetic player among these youngsters is Ansu Fati. Who did played an outstanding move in the last season? He did score 10 goals for Barca’s team since he joined the Barcelona team in 2019. Guinea-Bissau another youngster who is very passionate about his game. He joined Barca academy very early of his age when he was 10, and he became the youngest scorer of his team when he did his career first goal against Osasuna last August.

Guinea-Bissau did not stop there, he became the youngest contributor to his team in Spain last month. When he scored another goal and his team got a victory with 3-0 over Ukraine. He continues his strike against Ferencvaros last Tuesday and became the youngest player to score two goals in a football champion league.

Ansu Fati at the age of 17, did 3 goals in just the first two leagues of Barca’s team. With this, he became the first choice for Koeman’s selection formation.

Summer Selection

Barca appears to have hit gold with the enlistment of Pedri. A 17-year-old who was gobbled up for just €5m (£4.44m) from second-level Las Palmas where he broke into the principal group with 37 appearances last season.

A thin yet actually eminent assaulting midfielder loaded with astute contacts and deft changes of movement. Pedri has shown up in each game under Koeman. Pedri has shown poor performance in his first game of the season in the form of a loss at Getafe last weekend. But he did a strong come back and hit the first goal against Ferencvaros and made a contribution for his team to win.

With the early strike of Ansu Fati, The Barca team became the first team in champion league history played with the two 17 years old youngsters.

Trincao began is a solid and exquisite player with an eye of eagle towards goal against Ferencvaros in midweek and has exploited Antoine Griezmann’s continuous battles to turn into a genuine competitor to play on the correct flank in El Clasico.

Fati is still not a player to judge early, while it would be a good player to start his games with Barca’s club regularly. The coach Koeman is confident and giving all of the youngsters chance to prove themselves.

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