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Written by Olaleye Oluwadamilola

Barcelona are highly interested in signing Girona’s forward Pau Victor this summer. He’s impressed on loan at Barcelona’s reserve team, Barca Atletic, this season. Barcelona have the option to buy him for €3 million and are likely to activate that clause, finances permitting.

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The chief caveat is that it will depend on whether the money is available for Victor this summer, as per MD. The 22-year-old has convinced manager Rafael Marquez and the club that he is worth the investment, and is top scorer in their Primera RFEF group, which Barcelona currently sit second in.

Beyond his goalscoring prowess, Victor has also contributed four assists, playing a key role in manager Rafael Marquez’s successful season with Barca Atletic.


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His performances earned him call-ups to the senior team under Xavi Hernandez, showcasing his potential. While he didn’t play in those matches, his inclusion suggests Barcelona sees him as a future contributor.
Barcelona’s strategy remains unclear. They might consider signing him permanently for either first-team integration (if Vitor Roque leaves on loan) or a potential future sale at a profit.

Meanwhile…

Despite facing a strong Bayern Munich side at the Allianz Arena, Real Madrid hold the upper hand in their Champions League semi-final after a gritty 2-2 draw.

Despite controlling most of the match, Bayern Munich were forced to settle for a 2-2 draw against a resolute Real Madrid side in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final.

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Carlo Ancelotti acknowledged his team’s uncharacteristic performance after the match, admitting to Diario AS: “The result is good, but we could have done better. We were at our worst when they scored twice. Bayern were dangerous, but we weren’t at our best. There’s room for improvement next week.”

Ancelotti Stays Optimistic Despite Real Madrid’s Stumble: While acknowledging their underwhelming display, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti isn’t fazed. He recognizes the crucial away goal and the upcoming return leg: “We’re not done yet. We’ll fight for that spot in Wembley, whether it’s against PSG or Dortmund. There’s still 90 minutes left for us to get to London.”

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