Every young talent that emerges from the La Masia academy is termed the new Lionel Messi. But the legend of Messi has risen beyond La Masia and every young talent around the world is now considered as the next Argentine wizard. Many have been given the title and no one has reached the level that the Barca captain has reached. Most recently Ansu Fati. The 16 years old has already broken Lionel Messi's record. He still has a long way to go if he is to reach the level of Messi, but like the others only time will tell.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed that, French defender Aymeric Laporte has no fresh injury concern and his substitution against Leicester City in February was to give the player the needed rest and not injury enforced.
After being pursued the whole of January, Christian Eriksen finally joined Inter Milan and Jose Mourinho says the Dane revealed his heart was no longer with the North London club earlier making his exit a much more easier decision to make.
Former Barcelona starlet Bojan has been released from his contract at Stoke City. His contract was terminated by mutual consent.
He was on loan for a year and a half at Mainz and Alaves respectively before returning to parent club, Stoke City.
The rise of Barcelona teenager AnsuFati has been spectacular with the young Guinea-Bissau born forward breaking records this season. He became the second-youngest scorer in Barcelona history and has also shown glimpses of what he can do on the pitch.
10 years in football might seem like a lifetime. So, was for Bojan. In the year 2009, Bojan Krkic Perez had been the new kid in the Barcelona team. The teenage boy had made his way to stardom along a path which was too dangerous for several people to even think about walking on. He plundered about 990 goals during his youth level prior to surging through La Masia and made a debut as the 3rd youngest in the popular illustrious history of the club. He had a record of many firsts.
Across several levels of youth football that he had experienced when he was learning and growing at La Masia, he clocked around 900 goals for Barca. In fact, his junior goal scoring record is a legend. His swiftness of thought and innate speed, his debt dribbling, and close control left many surprised. Barcelona chiefs had started counting says to his seventeenth birthday eager to sign him up as soon as possible.
Bojan Krkic is currently with Stoke City in Championship, he is currently 28 years old but as a youngster back when he was 17, he came to the light as “The new Messi”. With all the pressure, the wunderkind had a tough time living up to the expectations but now growing and rising up, Bojan was happy and satisfied as to the second tier of England.
Stoke City were the bookie's favourites at the beginning of the season to make an instant return to the Premier League but their season has pelted out. The Potters have been average this season with their inability to score a major problem for the team.
This was evident in their last fixture where the team played to a goalless draw at home to struggling Reading. Despite dominating the game Stoke City were unable to find the breakthrough in the match. Tom Ince was one of two players to hit the bar for the host after sending a shot onto the post in the first half.
Bojan Krkic situation is one of a failed potential as the player touted by many a decade ago to take the football World by storm has been reduced to a lower league player. The former Barcelona forward has been with English outfit Stoke City since the summer of 2014.
Despite beginning his career at the club aplomb with goals and assists the player continued his prior trend of falling by the wayside after starting well.
Stoke City striker BojanKrkic is said to be on the verge of a move away from the Brittania Stadium following a difficult season at Stoke and New England Revolution are said to be monitoring his situation.
Major League Soccer outfit New England Revolution are reportedly tabling an offer for former Barcelona player BojanKrkic as the Spaniard tries to force his way out of Stoke City.