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All roads lead to Rodrigo

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All roads lead to Rodrigo

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Barcelona are facing a major clash in the fight for La Liga. Their match against Valencia is expected to be a season-changing one, and with the Catalans setting their sights on Rodrigo Moreno, the expectations are high.

Luis Suárez's four-month injury has forced Barcelona to make some changes. With more than half a season ahead of them, the team was left without a '9'.

The club's sports direction, with Abidal at the front, is hard at work in order to replace the irreplaceable Luis Suárez, not only for the current season, but also as an option for the future. 

Meanwhile, there are several top-level names that have been linked to Barcelona. The likes of Timo Werner, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang and Rodrigo Moreno have all been considered options-. 

And it seems it's Valencia's footballer who is the closest to making a switch. Rodrigo Moreno is the most viable option for Barcelona, as he's the most responsible choice economically speaking.

In fact, the team directed by Quique Setién has discarded Aubameyang. Despite the fact that the Gabonese player reportedly agreed to start negotiations, 'Sport' claims he will finally not be making the move.

As sources report, Rodrigo Moreno would me making the initial move as a loan, with an option to buy at the end of the season.

Rodrigo Moreno Valencia

Barcelona and Valencia have been negotiating the incorporation of the forward for several days. Rodrigo will also be able to show what could be his new team this Saturday, as he recovered in time.

In addition to this, Setién's opinion counts too. In the press conference ahead of the match, the coach from Cantabria talked about the player from Valencia. "Rodrigo? I like all the good players", he argued.

In this way, and with a little more than a week to go before the transfer market closes in Spain, Rodrigo Moreno could change the champion of the Cup for the champion of the League.

 

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