Barcelona are close to completing the transfer for forward who left them in 2016

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Barcelona are making plenty of moves to try and strengthen the first team for next season, but they also need to create a steady stream of young talent to progress into the senior setup over the next few years.

Ronald Koeman showed last season that he’s willing to give chances to those youngsters if they are good enough, and it means Barca should be an attractive destination for young talents again.

In recent years they moved towards a Real Madrid-type model of just throwing money at the first team and ignoring the academy, so it led to some of their better talents leaving.

One of those was Kays Ruiz-Atil who left for PSG in 2016, but a report from Marca has now confirmed that he’s close to sealing his return.

You would expect him to feature for the B team next season but he did play in seven Ligue 1 matches last year so he is ready for senior football, and he might be a player who bounces between the two setups as the campaign goes on.

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  1. We have to firstly focus on talented players that will really maintain high tension for at least 90mins. Look at el clasico pressure and take a keen look at those places that we have been droping in the champions league. We are great team and we have to maintain that title. We have to think wisely about buying players

    1. “We have to think wisely about buying players”
      especially since the player comes as a free agent!

  2. A giant step towards rebuilding the team to compete for cups and bigger competitions

  3. We do not only need an academy player who had little time the year before playing below the par (that’s if he hadn’t enough time from the manager). We need frickin’ midfielders and defenders who are willing to fight till their last breath. Barcelona is now studded with a lot of attackers playing almost the same positions.The season is around here, yet no players that are asked to go have found suitors__ that’s why Messi might never open up on a new deal!

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