Barcelona is about to finish the third signing of the summer in the form of Honduras international Anthony Lozano of Olympia. The 24-year-old spent the last two campaigns on loan at the Segunda Tenerife section, scoring 20 goals in 69 games in all competitions. The future began his career with Olympia before moving to Valencia in 2011.
Reveals the reserve side before returning to the side which is located in Tegucigalpa two years later. Luzano spent the past two years testing himself in the second division of Spanish football and his performance has caught the attention of Catalan giants.
Talks at a lucky stage between Olympia, Barcelona and Al Aab Both clubs are waiting to agree on fees before completing their move to Nou Camp. “FC Barcelona is the club that has shown great interest and everything that is being discussed is true,” said Gual.com.
“The negotiations are open and it’s an option I really loved,” he said. “I have already had talks with Barcelona’s representatives, although I have to wait for what clubs decide.” Luzano is likely to play in Barcelona next season if he gets a move to the giants of Catalonia, but will consider the promotion to the top side managed by Ernesto Valverde if he is impressed.
In recent decades, Barcelona has been strengthened by the strengthening of its academy and Valverde under pressure to continue this tradition, which had found the back seat in recent seasons under Luis Enrique.
But any hope from Barcelona to attract Osman Dembili to the club was thwarted after Borussia Dortmund insisted that international France was not available at all costs. Valverde and Manchester City scored their 20-year-old interest, who moved to the Bundesliga last summer. De Walt said when asked about the opportunity to move “no way.” “What we saw was exceptional, both in value and in evolution.