Why were Barcelona allowed to sign Braithwaite? La Liga rules allow clubs to apply to make new signings if a player is ruled out for more than five months. Barcelona had to prove that Dembele was out for six months before being allowed to make a move.
Martin Braithwaite is a striker for Spanish La Liga club Barcelona. ... In the Spanish La Liga season 2020/21, Martin Braithwaite has played 6 matches (plus 5 as a sub). They have 7 shots on target from a total of 11 shots and have scored 2 goals (4.71 xG).
Barcelona have completed the controversial emergency signing of Danish striker Martin Braithwaite from Leganes for 18m euros (£15m). Braithwaite made a permanent move to Leganes in the summer of 2019, scoring a total of 10 goals in 43 La Liga appearances for the club before transferring to Barcelona in February 2020.
How tall is Martin Braithwaite? 1.77 m. He recently missed a penalty against Eibar. Kindly share this article to your friends.
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