The interesting future of 'Baby Barça’
If FC Barcelona is measured at the moment, many will think that it is a giant come to less. If you look at the medium and long term, he ‘Baby Barça‘ It is possibly one of the teams with the most future and room for growth that we find in world football. A lot of talent and youth that still need to take the step forward that is necessary to be great but that a splendorous future is presupposed.
In a team like the culé, immediate results are required although after the economic situation that the entity is going through, There are many who understand that they are in a period of reconstruction and that the talent and youth that many of their footballers bring together give a glimpse of a future that is less exciting.
The talent of 'Baby Barça’
Ronald araujo (1999)
The Uruguayan is called to be one of the leaders of the ‘Baby Barça‘. More than consolidated, the present and the future is yours. He came in 2018 to play for Barcelona B and 4 years later he has established himself alongside Piqué in the center of the culé defense and seems to be the natural replacement for the Catalan.
Eric Garcia (2001)
Central of the Barça and the Spanish selection. Raised in La Masía, He had to go to City so that the culé club decided to look at him and bring him home again.
Oscar Mingueza (1999)
Koeman gave him the alternative in 2020 and he established himself both as a winger and a central defender in the first team culé. Another of the young values that emerged thanks to the club's attitude.
Sergiño Dest (2000)
Although there is talk of a possible transfer, Sergiño Dest He is another of the young culés talents. Barça signed it in 2020 procedente del Ajax. At the moment, is another of the kids ‘Baby Barça‘.
Alexander balde (2003)
This young left-back has already made his debut with the culé first team. Much is expected of him although he still has a ‘Toten’ as Jordi Alba ahead.
Nico Gonzalez (2002)
The Galician from A´Coruña is the son of one of the best left-handed players in Spanish football. The eternal captain and myth of Deportivo de la Coruña, Fran. He has already won a place in the first team culé and his value already reaches the 20 millions of euros.
The Andalusian arrived at the base football culé in 2016 when I barely had 12 years and at 17 He had already made his debut in the Barça first team and in the Spanish team for which was cited by Luis Enrique with just a few matches in First. If the highest hopes are placed on one of the young talents of this ‘Baby Barça’, this is gavi.
Riqui Puig (1999)
It has been showing its head for several years, although it does not finish exploding. Puig, It is one of the young culés values although for one reason or another, has not finished settling nor with Valverde, nor with Setién, neither with Koeman nor now with Xavi despite having an indisputable talent.
Ez Abde (2001)
The young man of Moroccan origin seems to have options to play with the Spanish team. His irruption at Barça has also been more than interesting. Things are also expected from this footballer.
The Spanish footballer with the most market value at the moment. his season 2020-21 It was complete after playing all LaLiga matches with Barça and with the Spanish team in the Eurocup 2021 and the Tokyo Olympics. This took its toll on him in the form of an injury but he has already recovered, Barça has high expectations for one of its best footballers.
Ansu Fati (2002)
The jewel in the culé crown. A footballer in whom you have so much hope that he has inherited the 10 by Leo Messi. A player with an idyll with the goal that only injuries have slowed him down. But as in the case of Pedri, there are high hopes after his recovery.
Ousmane Dembele (1997)
The French is the oldest of all the Baby Barça and also the one that takes the longest. Barcelona paid for 105 millions in 2017 and despite his continuous injuries, has hinted that he is a very valuable player if he manages to have regularity. Ends in June of this year 2022 his contract and his renewal is still far.
Ferran Torres (2000)
The Valencian, international for Spain has been the last to join the culé discipline. Has cost 65 million euros and in Can Barça they have had to carry out economic engineering to get their services. The ex of Valencia is one of the many well-prepared young people that this Barça has.
We also have the case of the young Yusuf Demir (2003) to whom Barça has had half a season registered with the number 11 but who has returned to Rapid Vienna before having to pay 10 million euros for him as stipulated in his contract, if I kept wearing culé.