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Joe Lee

With the winter transfer window quickly approaching, FC Barcelona has one specific goal in mind during the month of January: adding Vitor Roque to the team.

The highly-rated striker has already signed with the Catalans, but his actual arrival at Barcelona is contingent upon a number of conditions, chief among which is Barcelona’s pay margin.

The time it took Roque to heal from the September damage to his right ankle ligaments may also have had an effect on his decision to relocate to Barcelona. But his recuperation is proceeding as planned, so his transfer to Barcelona shouldn’t be hampered by this.

According to a source from SPORT, the athlete has actually already totally healed from this injury and will be back with the Athletico Paranaense team this Friday. For the past week, the player has been working out with the ball.

Wesley Carvalho, the player’s coach, is not willing to take any chances with him even though it looks like he is ready to return to action. Consequently, it is probable that he will only play as a substitute in the forthcoming game against Vasco de Gama, which his team has to win to be in the running for a ticket in the Copa Libertadores 2024.

After playing in his final four games for Athletico Paranaense, Roque will begin his season-long preparations for life at Barcelona.

Deco wants the Catalans to sign Roque with the salary buffer they have acquired from Gavi’s injury. Roque can be a big boost to Xavi Hernandez’s team, who has had trouble scoring goals lately.

However, he will stay in Brazil and make the most of his vacation time to be ready for his European career until he gets the all-clear from Barcelona. If Barcelona, on the other hand, confirms that he will be registered in January, he will journey to the capital of Catalonia with his family and begin the process of acclimating to both the city and the club.

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