17 February 2012

Leandro Damiao and Oscar, the agenda of Barça

FC Barcelona is attentive to changes in the Brazilian market and the players who stand out in the South American country.

FC Barcelona is closely following the Brazilian market in particular are two names: Leandro Damiao and Oscar, two Internacional Porto Alegre, sounding louder.

Leandro Damiao is a 'tank' striker, who has scored 40 goals in 54 games this past season and was already in the first list of options this past summer, in case the FC Barcelona chose to incorporate a nine pure. The 22 years is one of the highest rated players of South American market and several English clubs have already done with the player groped. Tottenham came close to signing last summer but postponed the operation.

The player's agent, Vinicius Prates said recently: "In January, the club and the player decided to go with an eye on the Copa Libertadores, but in July the situation can change."

Another player in the club has its eye is midfielder Oscar dos Santos, also from International club came in 2010. The young midfielder is a very skilled playmaker, who has been capped teams from the lower echelons of the 'canarinhá.

The Brazilian player has been compared with Kaka ever since its inception and was spotted by Barça scouts at a Nike Cup in England when he was 15. Oscar was on the list this summer to play for FC Barcelona, ​​with the formula 'in-between the Barça B and the first team', but the player renewed by the Internacional Porto Alegre until 2015. (via SPORT)