Former Venezuelan footballer Alejandro Moreno has advised Barcelona to sort out their center-back, right-back, and central midfield positions.
However, he also believes these three players his facing an uncertain future at the club as contracts are set to expire
The likes of Moreno believe that while Sergino Dest isn’t a capable first-choice right-back, his deputy Dani Alves is too old, and Frenkie de Jong is an unreliable central midfielder
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Barcelona’s worst nightmare has resumed after the club was knocked out of Europa League last week
Also, Xavi’s side ended their undefeated strike on Monday night after Cadiz defeat Barcelona
Centre-backs Eric Garcia and Clement Lenglet were at fault for Cadiz’s only goal, with both defenders caught ball-watching Lucas Perez’s 48th-minute winner.
Frenkie de Jong and Sergino Dest also featured in the match but neither managed to do anything of note.
When asked what signings Barcelona must make in the summer, Moreno unhesitantly pointed out the problem areas. Speaking to ESPN FC Extra Time Show, he said:
“Centre-back is a position they have to address. I would argue that the right-back is also a position you need to address.
“I don’t think Sergino Dest is the answer, and I don’t think Dani Alves is going to last much longer – that is also something Barcelona must look at.”
The former forward added:
“You’re also going to have to figure out what it is that you’re going to get in the near future and distant future from Frenkie de Jong and if that’s a move you’re going to have to make and say maybe we make room for somebody else because he’s not quite what we thought he was going to be.”