If you let me the name, I would bet more on Firmino. A link player with a significant presence and excellent mobility.

Firmino has the qualities that Barcelona requires

Bojan Krkic believes that Barcelona would be better to sign the forward of Liverpool Roberto Firmino than Argentinian target Lautaro Martinez. Inter striker Martinez was heavily involved with the shift to Camp Nou at the end of the campaign. Where he would cooperate with international counterpart Lionel Messi. Still, former Barca star Bojan suspects that Martinez does not have the qualities that Barca requires given their shape and playing style. He warned that signing another out-and-out striker might prove an error after Antoine Griezmann encountered difficulties after moving from Atlético Madrid. With Luis Suarez entrenched as the main target of Barcelona. When fit, Griezmann has been forced into a full role.

He’s a player with a significant presence and mobility

Bojan admitted that Martinez was good at Inter’s counter-attacking game. And emphasized that he was an “excellent” player. Still, he also expressed doubt about the Barcelona link. Krkic said: Inter doesn’t usually play with initiative, and this makes me think that Lautaro could occupy an area in Barca, which, naturally, is not his. “This is something that would certainly be a shame”. If you let me the name, I would bet more on Firmino. A link player with a significant presence and excellent mobility. “I do not intend to interpret this reflection as a refusal to sign the Argentine. But I understand that his profile must be analyzed very well, because that it would be unforgivable that. As happened with Griezmann, we signed the attacker to put him on the wing, and then complained that it does not work.

“That cannot be repeated, because although it seems obvious, a nine is a nine. That is, his natural habitat and moving it from there means spending your talent. If Barca needs a nine, sign it, but do it to use him”. Brazil international Firmino joined Liverpool from Hoffenheim in 2015 and signed a long-term contract in April 2018, further to help Jürgen Klopp’s team win the Champions League last season and lead the Premier League for that period.