Bojan Krkic was once regarded as one of the most promising young players in the world, with many expecting him to surpass recent World Cup winner Lionel Messi.
Bojan‘s career, however, has been very disappointing since his time at Barcelona. His stints at Roma, Stoke City, and CF Montreal were highlights of his career, but he never found form at any club. He has most recently been working for Vissel Kobe in Japan.
His time in Japan, however, will come to an end, as the Spaniard has decided not to renew his contract with the J1 League club. As a result, he will embark on a new adventure in search of his tenth club of his career. A trio of La Liga clubs are interested in the 32-year-old.
Elche want to sign Bojan as they try to avoid relegation to Spain’s second division. However, they will face competition from Espanyol and Girona for his signature.
Wherever Bojan Krkic ends up, there will be a lot of hope that he can salvage something from his fledgling career. He will hope that returning to his homeland will provide the spark needed to rekindle his fortunes.
Bojan Krki Pérez is a Spanish professional footballer who currently plays as a forward for Vissel Kobe of the J1 League.
Bojan started his career at Barcelona after rising through the ranks at La Masia. His early promise led to him making his first-team debut at the age of 17 years and 19 days, breaking Lionel Messi’s record. He scored 12 goals in 48 games during his rookie season. He spent four seasons at Camp Nou, scoring 41 goals in 162 games before being sold to Roma in July 2011 for a fee of €12 million. In 2011-12, he scored seven goals in 37 appearances for Roma before spending the 2012-13 season on loan at Milan, where he scored three goals in 27 games.
Roma did not exercise their €28 million option to sign Bojan permanently, so Barcelona re-signed him for €13 million. He spent the 2013-14 season on loan at Ajax, where he helped them win the Eredivisie. Bojan joined English club Stoke City in July 2014 for €1.8 million.
As a Spanish youth international, he won European Championships with the Under-17 team in 2007 and the Under-21 team in 2011, in addition to earning his only senior team cap in 2008. Since 2007, he has also played for the Catalan national team eight times.
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