Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona have had a lot of young talents get promoted from their famous youth academy La Masia over the years and while a lot of them have gone on to make a name for themselves in their career, a lot of others have failed to live up to expectations and saw their careers go down the drain. Spanish midfield legend Andres Iniesta was a product of the La Masia youth academy and is a typical example of some of the academy's graduates who went on to have a remarkable career ahead of them.
Spanish forward BojanKrkic was a hot prospect when he burst onto the scene at Barcelona but he was unable to realise his huge potentials as shown while he came through the famed La Masia Academy at the club to make his debut for the first team at the Nou Camp. After failing to break into the starting XI at Barcelona, BojanKrkic was sold to Italian capital team AS Roma in 2011 for €12m.
Spanish attacker BojanKrkic is currently without a club since leaving Major League Soccer (MLS) club Montreal Impact at the end of last year. The 30-year-old left Montreal Impact when his contract with the MLS outfit ended in December 2020.
The 30-year-old had earlier signed a contract with Montreal Impact on August 7, 2019 until the end of 2020. He tasted MLS football for the first time in a 3-2 defeat at the hands of Chicago Fire. BojanKrkic came on in the place of ShamitShome for the final 27 minutes of the league match. His first goal in the colours of Montreal Impact came later in the month.
Spanish attacker BojanKrkic surprised a lot of Premier League football fans when he signed for Stoke City in 2014 on the back of a lean second spell at Barcelona. He came through the Barcelona ranks before making his debut for the Catalan giants in 2007.
BojanKrkic was in and around the Barcelona first team squad for four years until 2011. The Spaniard then signed for Italian Serie A capital club AS Roma until the summer of 2013 when he returned to Barcelona in a €13m deal. Roma had paid €12m to secure his transfer from the Catalans two years earlier. During his time at Roma, he was sent on loan to AC Milan for the 2012/13 season.
BojanKrkic is a wanted man after his contract expired at Major League Soccer (MLS) outfit Montreal Impact at the end of the 2020 MLS season. BojanKrkic is a free agent at the moment but Montreal Impact want him to return to the club ahead of the 2021 MLS season scheduled to start in the coming weeks. BojanKrkic came through the ranks at Barcelona and the Spaniard was a hot prospect when he broke into the Barcelona team under the watchful eyes of Pep Guardiola. To further highlight his quality as a Barcelona youngster, BojanKrkic still holds the record for the youngest Champions League goalscorer in the knockout stage. He also played for clubs like AS Roma in the Italian Serie A and Stoke City in the Premier League but he was far too inconsistent to be among the biggest players in the world as he failed to maintain the hype that greeted him when he became a part of the Barcelona first team.
Former Barcelona midfielder Bojan Krkic currently has a lot of options to choose from as he broods over his next career path. The playmaker left Camp Nou and completed a switch to English club Stoke City back in 2014 and immediately became a fans' favorite after joining from the LA Liga giants.
The Spanish playmaker has a lot of options both in Europe and in North America as he continues to hunt for the most ideal club to join and play some football in what he has labeled as the next chapter of his life. He is currently a free agent after spending a little over a year at Montreal Impact who have outlined their interest in retaining his services for the current campaign.
Catalan giants Barcelona were reportedly very close to the signing of Inter Milan's Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez. The striker was on fire last season for Antonio Conte's side and was tipped to make a switch to Spain, joining Barcelona ahead of a more prolonged stay in Italy.
Just about the same time, Barcelona were trying to lure him away from Inter Milan, the Italian club were also in talks with him and were trying to convince him to tie his future to the club. The prolific striker scored 16 goals in 31 appearances for Inter in the 2019-20 season and it looked highly likely that he was leaving the club.
Spanish footballer BojanKrkic showed a lot of promise while he was breaking into the first team at Barcelona but he was not able to build on the early successes recorded in his football career. BojanKrkic is a product of the famed La Masia Academy and was dubbed the new Lionel Messi while coming through at the Nou Camp but the Spaniard didn't live up to the hype. Apart from Barcelona, BojanKrkic played for other European teams like AS Roma, AC Milan, Stoke City, Alaves, Ajax Amsterdam and Mainz 05.
BojanKrkic signed for Montreal Impact in the Major League Soccer (MLS) last summer after the end of his Stoke City contract. He signed for the Canadian club as a free agent last year. He was one of the best players for Montreal Impact during the just concluded MLS season with the output of four goals plus two assists in 19 games in the league.
Spanish forward Bojan Krkic has been able to resurrect his football career following his move to Major League Soccer (MLS) team Montreal Impact in August 2019. He left European football for the MLS after his contract with English Championship outfit Stoke City was cancelled.
His career was at a crossroad before he signed for Montreal Impact as a free agent until the end of the 2020 season. BojanKrkic netted three goals in eight appearances for the remainder of the 2019 MLS season before adding four goals and two assists in 18 matches in the current campaign (2020 season). The 30-year-old also featured for Montreal Impact during the 2020 CONCACAF Champions League where he provided one assist in two games.
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