A SIDE FOR VALVERDE
OFFICIAL: Nelson Semedo, second signing of the Barça 2017-18
Published:14/07/2017 - 01:02h
Updated:14/07/2017 - 01:48h
Nelson Semedo already is new player of the Barça. The club has done it official this same Thursday, confirming the agreement with the Benfica for his traspaso and waiting for the medical proofs that the right side luso will happen the Friday in the City Condal
After some weeks of research the Barça of Ernesto Valverde already has to his right side. The Barcelona expedition that this Thursday has visited Lisbon has gone back with good news, and is that the Camp Nou already has to the new substitute for Dani Alves. The Catalan group has done official the agreement with the Benfica and the footballer will happen the Friday the medical proofs in the City Condal.
Nelson Semedo is one of the jewels arisen of the quarry of the square lisboeta, in which it installed does a pair of seasons and where has turned into a reference in the defence, accumulating 63 meetings in the last two courses and being key piece in the triplete of the embodied in Portugal.
His progression with the Benfica also has opened him the doors of the selection lusa, with which participated in the past Glass Confederations. With 180 centimetres of height, Semedo is a side of long route, characterised by his physical deployment and a big capacity of desborde, with a debugged technical that converts him a skillful regateador.
Three options for Valverde
The arrival of Nelson Semedo closes definitively the chapter of the right side of the Barça, in which for the first time in years there will be three tenants with experience in the place. The Portuguese arrives with the poster to title, but will have to win the confidence of Ernesto Valverde to be the first option in his clash with Aleix Vidal. Sergi Palencia, that will be one of the references of the Barcelona subsidiary, will be the third eligible footballer for the Txingurri for the right flank of the defence.
Like this it has done official the Barça the arrival of Nelson Semedo.