Oriol Romeu returns to Barcelona.

He is a decent midfielder from Spain. He is 182 cm tall and has a good physique and shows his influence in the midfield with his vigorous activity, altruistic appearance, and dedicated play. As a native of Spain and La Masia, he has good basic footing ability, passing ability and excellent vision.

As mentioned, he grew up in Barcelona youth. He progressed through the age group to the B team and made his debut in the 2010–11 season league and Supercoppa.

However, it was very difficult to enter the first team because Barcelona was called the best team in Europe at the time. In the end, he pushed for a transfer to gain playing time and headed to Chelsea for the 2011-12 season.

Life in England was better than in Barcelona. In the first year of his transfer메이저놀이터, he steadily gained experience by participating in 24 matches, including cup competitions, and also experienced a big stage by participating in 3 matches in the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL).

However, he did not find a place at Chelsea either. In the 2012-13 season, his playing time drastically decreased. Participated in 9 matches including cup competitions. His debut goal for Chelsea was successful, but things did not improve. Eventually, ahead of the 2013-14 season, he left for Valencia and returned to Spain. Life in Valencia was not good either. Accordingly, Romeu headed to Germany in the 2014-15 season and challenged a new stage.

Here he is finally starting to see the light. Immediately established as a starter in Stuttgart, he played 27 matches in the league alone and played an active role as a starter. He received positive reviews for this and was called up by Southampton in the 2015-16 season, continuing the English challenge that ended in ‘failure’.

The result was successful. Romeu played a ‘legend’ level at Southampton. Due to his playing style, he did not have many offensive points, but he consistently led Southampton, scoring 8 goals and 6 assists in 256 appearances in his career.

After a long spell in England, Romeu returned to Spain for the 2022-23 season. The destination is Girona. It is also the team Baek Seung-ho played for in the past. Romeu, who has accumulated experience, showed a good figure. He made 33 league appearances, accumulating nearly 3000 minutes of playing time.

Although not noticeable, Romeu consistently played his part. As a result, he was on the radar of Barcelona, ​​​​the ‘family team’. Barcelona, ​​which aimed to strengthen the squad in limited funds due to financial problems, selected Romeu as the right person. The expected transfer fee is 6 million euros (approximately 8.5 billion won). It was not a burdensome amount to invest in.

Negotiations made rapid progress. European football transfer market expert Fabricio Romano announced Romeu’s transfer to Barcelona using his signature phrase, ‘Here We Go’. According to ‘Hiantes FC’ belonging to reporter Gerard Romero, who is well versed in Barcelona news, Romeu is said to have completed the Barcelona medical test.

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