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LA Galaxy interested in another Barcelona player, Xavi does not want him

The club from Los Angeles would have shown the intention to sign another Xavi's discarded player this season.

Xavi is cleaning house in Barcelona.
Xavi is cleaning house in Barcelona.

The LA Galaxy announced the signing of Puig on a three-year deal on Thursday with Barcelona so keen to cut their bloated wage bill that they allowed the midfielder to leave for free. “Riqui is a very technical and well-educated player with incredible experiences for his age,” said Galaxy head coach Greg Vanney. “He will fit seamlessly into our group and style of play.

Now, according to AS, the LA Galaxy are preparing another addition from Barça, a player who is not part of Xavi Hernandez's plans for the upcoming season, defensive player, although he does not reveal the name.

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The good relations between LA Galaxy and FC Barcelona, which ended with the agreement for Riqui Puig, could continue to go well. And they had already started with the alleged interest of the Los Angeles team for Sergi Roberto, a few weeks ago, and ended up bringing the name of Riqui on the table.

According to the same information, Roberto could be, precisely, the player that LA Galaxy is interested in.

Next transfer window target

In any case, the signing could not be for this transfer market, since the deadline is over in the North American league, and they could only sign players who are free agents. That is why, if a Roberto, it would be for the next transfer window, in winter, and with the MLS tournament already done.

Wilian Estrella

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