WORDS OF THE AGENT OF MARLON
"The Barcelona has decided to remain with Marlon Santos"
Published:15/05/2017 - 22:59h
Updated:16/05/2017 - 01:01h
One of the agents of Marlon Santos, Fred Moraes, has ensured that the FC Barcelona has decided "to remain with Marlon Santos", and that to day of today the incógnita is to know which plans has the club with the central Brazilian, that played to good level in The Palms
The agent of Marlon Santos, Fred Moraes, has explained in an interview conceded to "Radius Barcelona" that the FC Barcelona and the Fluminense already have closed the agreement by the central youngster Brazilian, to the one who the Barça would have decided already remain in property.
"It is a thing that already had done before. Between the Barça and the Fluminense already is all done. We go forward. The next step is to speak with the direction and the managers of the Barcelona, with André Cury in Brazil and Raúl Sanllehí, to see what decide for the next season", has explained.
In this sense, Moraes has foreseen to travel in a pair of weeks until Barcelona to know which are the plans of the FC Barcelona with Marlon Santos, that the next season could remain in the Barça B if east rises to Second Division To, or form part of the staff of the first team waiting for knowing who will be the next trainer.
What will happen with Marlon the next season?
Another option is that it leave yielded to a team in which it can have minutes with regularity, preferably of LaLiga Spanish, with the aim that it can foguearse and win experience to explode his qualities what before and can return to the FC Barcelona in the short term.
"The club has decided to remain with Marlon. It is missing to decide his function the next season. We do not know. We have to speak it with the direction, if possible in the weeks to come. Our idea is that it remain a lot of years in the Barcelona and can continue learning, as it is doing", has signalled Moraes, without wanting to reveal the figures of the operation between FC Barcelona and Fluminense. "This are things of the clubs. We do not have access to these informations and is not our part of the business".