It PLAYS IN THE FLUMINENSE
The Barcelona, interested in closing the signing of the 'new Vinícius', Joao Pedro
Published:13/06/2019 - 10:00h
Updated:13/06/2019 - 16:14h
The FC Barcelona follows the new tendency of fichar young footballers that can explode in a future and the Brazilian market is one of which more like. In this case, the Barcelona have watched to Joao Pedro, forward of 17 years of the Fluminense
Thus, big teams like the FC Barcelona or the Real Madrid are opting lately for betting by young promises that despunten in teams more modest and that they can finish turning into cracks in a future. The clearest examples of the past summer are Arthur Melo and Vinícius Junior, both having attained to do with a place in the team.
In the next seasons, the plans will go more or less in the same direction and is thus that in the FC Barcelona are studying the possibilities that offers the market. According to the informations desveladas by 'Sport', in the Barcelona club is following to Joao Pedro, young forward of the Fluminense.
To his 17 years, the Brazilian attacker likes a lot in the Camp Nou, since the reports that of the scoutings blaugranas are very positive and see to the player like one of the big prodigios of Brazil. In fact, some means of his natal country already put him to the level of Vinicius Junior or Rodrygo Goes, the two youngsters that carried the Real Madrid.
Fichado By the Watford
Nevertheless, there are special circumstances in said operation. According to Sport, Joao Pedro was sold to the Watford to finals of 2018 in return of 2,5 million fixed euros more 7,5 millions in variables. Nevertheless, said informations aim to that the Barça would have contacted with the surroundings of the player, that would be had to break the agreement with the British entity.
At present, slope a lot find young players that are able to have big registers. Joao Pedro already adds 9 goals in his 15 first parties like professional. Of course, his contracting would not be easy, since clubs like the Liverpool also have him very in account for the future.