While the arrival of Kevin-Prince Boateng seems to block the teenager's route to the first team, it will not be long before he is pushing for a place
Barcelona is in good shape, enjoying a dominant advantage in the League Summit and keeping their hopes in the Copa del Rey and the Champions League to start. But the lack of depth in the center forward continues to worry the Catalans.
Luis Suárez has shown that he remains one of the best in the world in and around the penalty area. However, in the absence of the Uruguayans, the alternatives are scarce in the field, and the situation is even more serious now that Munir has completed a movement away.
Lionel Messi, of course, is not left behind as a fake ninth, but the Argentine Talismanic is needed elsewhere. Such is the urgency of reinforcing the attack that the unlikely names of Carlos Vela and the possible recruit of Kevin-Prince Boateng were the favorites as short-term solutions in the transfer window that closed on Thursday.