Jean Michaël Seri celebrating a goal with the Nice in Tie it 1

SERI, A GOOD OPTION FOR THE BARÇA

Recover the physicist in the centre of the field, key for Valverde

Published:10/06/2017 - 09:50h

Updated:10/06/2017 - 13:31h

The truth is that the Barça needs a profile like this if it wants to be competitive in the future. With Guardiola coincided Keita and Touré Yaya, two lungs in the medullary. They adapted to the system culé and knew to contribute this muscle that demanded them

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Accustomed to the game of fight and delivery in the Athletic, Ernesto Valverde has asked to the Barça that fiche to a more sacrificed player for the centre of the field. Because although it will be the game of living room the one who will predominate –as from does years- in the Camp Nou, also is necessary to know have to players that lidien with the mud.

The name that more sounds to fulfil the pretences of the Barcelona technician is Seri, a marfileño of the Nice to the that all compare with Xavi Hernández by his touch of balloon and with Seydou Keita by his constant work in the shadow.

The PSG and the Rome are two obstacles for his signing by the FC Barcelona. Unai Emery would have fixed in him to reinforce the medullary of the Parisians and Monchi would want him for his new project in the Italian group.

A necessary profile in the medullary of the Barça

The truth is that the Barça needs a profile like this if it wants to be competitive in the future. With Guardiola coincided Keita and Touré Yaya, two lungs in the medullary. They adapted to the system culé and knew to contribute this muscle that demanded them .

It does some weeks wrote an article explaining that Sergi Roberto and Rakitic could fulfil this function to perfection, desahogando to Busquets, many times surpassed in the facet of 'fireman'.

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