Valencia Football Club unveil new loan signing Nico González from Barcelona

Valencia Football Club unveil new loan signing Nico González from Barcelona

Valencia Football Club unveil new loan signing Nico González from Barcelona. Image: Valencia CF/Official

VALENCIA Football Club has reached an agreement with Barcelona over the signing of Nico González, who joins the Che on loan until June 30, 2023.

Nico González has joined LaLiga side Valencia from Spanish giants Barcelona, hours after extending his contract at the Nou Camp until 2026.

Fabrizio Romano wrote: “Official, confirmed. Nico González extends the contract with Barcelona until 2026 and then goes on loan to Valencia for the 2022/23 season. ⚪️🦇”

The club said: “Nico González is a midfielder with game vision, technical and tactically intelligent who can occupy various positions in midfield.”

The 20-year-old Spanish midfielder from La Coruña joined Barca at the age of eleven. He grew up at La Masia until in the 2021-2022 season he made his debut with the Barça first team against Real Sociedad.

Last year he played more than 1,000 minutes in LaLiga, scoring two goals, and he also played a leading role in European competition, playing in both the Champions League and the Europa League.

He has played for Spain at international level but not yet with the senior team.

Comments flooded social media following the signing of the young midfielder.

“Nico is better than Bruno Fernandes,” one person wrote, comparing him with Manchester United’s Portuguese midfielder.

Another wrote: “Now take back Ferran Torres aswell please…”

Lots of people, however, revealed their disgust at the owners of the club.

“These photos give me between shame and disgust, not because of the player, but because of the image that surrounds him.”

Another said: “How disgusting to see Nico with the owner who ruined this club with so much history.”

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Matthew Roscoe

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