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Xavi Hernández endorses the signing of Goretzka by the Barcelona

Published:22/11/2017 - 18:03h

Updated:23/11/2017 - 01:48h

Xavi Hernández endorsed the signing of Leon Goretzka by the FC Barcelona and affirmed that it thinks that is prepared to play in any team. It commented that has sufficient level to play in the Barcelona club

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The mythical ex player of the FC Barcelona Xavi Hernández spoke on the possible signing of Leon Goretzka by the Barcelona club during the next window of signings of summer in some statements to the German agency SID and affirmed that it sees him with the sufficient level as to face the challenge of the Catalan club.

Xavi Hernández commented that it had seen to play to the midfield player of the Schalke 04 in multiple occasions and, by what said, seems that it is of his like. "I have seen it play and think that has a very good level. Definitely it could play in any team of the world. It would fit well", it answered Xavi on the German.

The ex footballer of the FC Barcelona neither lost the occasion of elogiar to the emergent German football by the quantity of big players in training that has in these moments and what can be the gneración future. "Goretzka Is a young player. Germany always has good footballers and he is one of them", sentenced.

Goretzka, aim in summer

To these heights, no longer is any secret the interest that has the FC Barcelona in doing with the services of Leon Goretzka. The German midfield player finish agreement with the Schalke 04 the next 30 June and would go out free from the next period of market of signings.

Already there is multiple teams that are had to bet strong by his contracting. The Barcelona and the Bayern of Munich, as it collects the German press, are the best positioned to tie to the midfield player in these moments.

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