The champions league winners and the treble winner, Barcelona, have been just reported to have come to an agreement with Sevilla’s Aleix Vidal’s agent. This is rather surprising inasmuch as Barcelona is being banned to take any move in player transfer. Less than twenty four hours after the assurance of the highly fascinating and emotional celebrations of the treble winners, taking the Barcelona’s stars around the capital of Catalan, Barcelona’s executives have confirmed their first signing ahead of the forthcoming season in the end of 2015: Aleix Vidal, former Sevilla’s player
The twenty-five year old winger, who mostly plays on the right side and also has escalated as a right-defender under Emery, has agreed on contract lasting till the summer of 2020. It has been reported that the player costs the club approximately eighteen million euros, plus increment of four million euros in add-ons. Given the truth that Barca are currently banned to registers any signings till January in 2016, the very player has consented to spend the rest of 2015 trying to adapt to his new club and teammates in the training session till the ban is eventually over.
If only Aleix Vidal rewarded by another call to take part in the Spanish national team in their forthcoming friendly match against Belarus and Costa Rica, it is surely thanks to his adorable fighting fervor as well as the massive amount of self-belief even when encountered with presumably career-ending propect.
Even though the latest arrival at the Barcelona’s Camp Nou is now in the position to join forces with the great and mighty quadruple Ballon d’Or winner and escalated his game under the guidance of the World Cup Winner, it seems that his career so far will be described as an amazing and unpredictably fascinating roller-coaster. This surprisingly has ended up being full circle.
Lets dated back to 2001 when Aleix Vidal was one of many Barcelona’s youngsters under the club’s youth training system attempting to make lasting remarkable impression. Fascinatingly, he managed to establish a very tough and effective attacking play with an eleven-year-old Jordi Alba. These two players developed almost instinctive connection and understanding when being in front of goal. They often alternated positions as either second of first striker.
However, Xavi Llorens, the manager, determined that none of them were good enough to make the stay in the Blaugrana youngsters. This is actually evident also with the abundance of Camp Nous hopefuls.