The first 3 discards of Xavi in ​​the FC Barcelona

Xavi Hernandez will be presented tomorrow as the new coach of the FC Barcelona And yesterday he went to see the match of the subsidiary team with the intention of beginning to see potential talents who can make the leap to the first team with their return to the club. Few people in the world should know the importance of La Masia within the structure and growth of the club.

His job will not be easy because the Barça team is coming off a difficult start to the season. Away from the fight for the La Liga title and with a key game against Benfica to qualify for the Round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League. Luckily he has a selection break in which he can begin to get his hands on the team.

The first three discards of Xavi in ​​the FC Barcelona

-Samuel Umtiti: Xavi is clear about who his centrals want to be and wants to bet on a couple of profiles that he finds interesting within the subsidiary. Names like Gerard Piqué, Óscar Mingueza, Ronald Araújo, Eric García and Clement Lenglet fit like a glove within his game idea, so Samuel Umtiti has become a new discard. You have no intention of using it, not even using your three-panel system.

-Luuk de Jong: Despite the loss of Sergio Agüero plus the new injuries of Ansu Fati and Ousmane Dembélé, the Dutchman does not fit into Xavi’s idea of ​​the game. It is a profile that stands out more in direct play contexts and to dominate the area with his aerial game, two records that the Spanish coach does not have in mind to enhance. He can play at specific moments, but more so because of all the casualties that the club has.

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-Net: The new coach trusts the quarry so names like Iñaki Peña and Arnau Tenas may have more opportunities than the Brazilian, who seems to have the hours counted at the club. His injury is another problem, so his departure is more than consistent.

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