Surely, but players with high potential eventually will seek to play for a big club. So inevitably if it isn't us it will be someone else. Girona is more of a stepping stone right now like Brighton is for such players. Girona like Brighton will then look to buy other up and coming talents to do well, something that they can do because they are not competing for the league or the champions league. That is unless you expect girona in the future to complete with madrid and barca for la liga like we did here and attract such players to stay longer there.Doesn’t that defeat the point of wanting success throughout the CFG? Girona finally seem to have things sorted, so we’ll go in and pick them apart? Surely longterm success is better for the potential development of anyone we offer as a loan option.
Good knowledge, do you live in Spain or just a football fanatic?Old friend Aleix Garcia is one of their best player. He's developed into a very nice player.
They have a couple of talented Ukrainian players as well that were very smart purchases in Tsygankov (winger) and Dovbyk (CF).
Troyes' Savio, Arnau Martinez (right back), Miguel Gutierrez (LB), our loanee Yan Couto are all highly rated young players. Jhon Solis is another that is promising but hasn't played as much. Brighton were linked to him before he joined Girona.
They have a good mix of veterans as well in Blind, Gazzaniga, Portu, Stuani, etc.
They have a good, progressive coach as well. An overall very fun team to watch.
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