We’ve made considerable progress from the mid summer transfer window where Frenkie de Jong had a foot and a half out of the Camp Nou. Through difficult work and penance, the midfielder has turned his situation around. The midfielder is turning into a key player again in front of the break for the World Cup.
De Jong appeared as though he was being pushed out of Barca. However he didn’t leave, pushing to prevail in the Catalan capital.
In any case, the economic circumstance implied the club maintained that he should go, for the exchange expense they could get yet in addition for his enormous compensation parcel.
De Jong made sure he stayed and that implied the palancas were utilized to manage the cost of the club’s spending. He began the season on the bench, with Busquets, Pedri and Gavi starting in front of him.
Then De Jong got injured in the international break and was missing for the excursions to Mallorca and Milan.
In the wake of recuperating he had a few substitute appearances. However, after El Clasico, everything changed.
Reversing the situation
Limiting the Plzen game with nothing in question, Frenkie started in each of the games over the most recent three weeks; Real Madrid, Villarreal, Athletic, Bayern, Valencia, Almeria and Osasuna. Gavi started in only two of those games.
De Jong has additionally shown he can play in the Busquets pivot role. Regardless of whether he is more liberated further forward.
Against Osasuna at El Sadar he even played at focus back for the last 15 minutes with Xavi pushing for a champ, which in the long run came from an extraordinary De Jong pass for Raphinha to head home.
It was De Jong’s most memorable help of the season, and he has objectives against Cadiz and Almeria.
De Jong earned his right to be out of the transfer list. Pique’s retirement additionally decreases the financial tension on the club.
His future is as yet unsure and there will be some who figure he could leave. However Frenkie de Jong has shown he’s needed and he can win at Barca.