Konrad de la Fuente, during his debut with the national team of United States


Konrad adds to the list of extremes sold by the Barça

Published:1/07/2021 - 19:13h

Updated:1/07/2021 - 19:13h

With the sale of Konrad de la Fuente, the Barça adds another extreme to his list of drops in the last years. The American now adds to the traspasos of Adama Traoré, Carles Pérez and Jordi Mboula

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After having landed in the City Condal with hardly 10 years of age, Konrad de la Fuente puts end to a cycle with the FC Barcelona, where also had the confidence of Ronald Koeman for his first apparition with the first team, before leaving to the Olympique of Marseilles.

In fact, it surprises the quantity that the Barça accepted by his index card: 3 million euros, after having a clause of rescission by 50 millions. With his sale, the Catalan entity leaves to go to another extreme, a position in which the club has gone back forjador and exporter.

Previously, Adama Traoré had abandoned the institution to add to the rows of the Aston Villa in 2015. In the actuality, finds contesting the Eurocopa with the selection that directs Luis Enrique. In his go through the Barça only contested four parties, whereas his index card is property of the Wolverhampton.

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His name adds to the of Carles Pérez, whose index card was to stop to the Rome, where still finds playing in 2019 in return of 11 million euros and other 3,5 millions by concept of variables, a near value to the that keeps at present in the market.

Also it does to remember the case of Jordi Mboula, that also had the label of big promise. However, it was sold to the Monaco in return of a similar price to the of Konrad de la Fuente: three million euros. To day of today, finds defending the colours of the Mallorca.

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