Robert Fernández attends to a gala for the Barça


Robert Fernández, with the eyes put in the Spain-Colombia

Published:6/06/2017 - 23:33h

Updated:6/06/2017 - 23:33h

In the friendly that this Wednesday will confront in Murcia to the selections of Spain and Colombia no only will participate some Barcelona players. The technical secretary, Robert Fernández, also will be in the party in search of reinforcements

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The friendly that will contest the Wednesday 7 June in Murcia the national selections of Spain and Colombia will not be one more for the FC Barcelona, and no only by the exert that his players can have in him.

In this meeting there will be a very special visitor in the terracing, and is not another that Robert Fernández, the technical secretary of the Catalan group that will take advantage of his trip to control in first line of action the development of some of the players pretended by the club.

Of face to a possible incursion in the market of signings, the Valencian will be slope of the performance of two Colombian youngsters that interest to the Barça, both central. Yerry Mina, head office of the Palmeiras on which the club has an option of purchase, and Davinson Sánchez, one of the most promising footballers of an imponente Ajax, will be under the focus of the Barcelona group, that even could initiate some contact.

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The two defences are not the only aims of Robert Fernández in the Spain-Colombia. The one of Bechí also would be controlling to César Azpilicueta, the side of Chelsea that has sounded in the last days like reinforcement for the Barça if no fructifica the option Bellerín.

Besides, the manager of the Catalan team also has slope, before leaving to Brazil, the follow-up to Gerard Deulofeu, that still does not have confirmed his turn.

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