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Transfer Market: It’s signed, the Barcola clan finally relieved

Transfer Market: It’s signed, the Barcola clan finally relieved
Transfer Market: It’s signed, the Barcola clan finally relieved

Without a club last season, Malcolm Barcola is finally going to get going again. The goalkeeper trained at Olympique Lyonnais has officially signed with Paços de Ferreira, a Portuguese second division team. Excellent news for the big brother of Parisian Bradley Barcola.

In the Barcola family, the two footballer brothers did not experience last season in the same way. The youngest, Bradley (21 years old), was the subject of a transfer for 50 million euros (bonuses included) to Paris Saint-Germain. And after a mixed start, the winger who arrived from Olympique Lyonnais has comfortably settled into coach Luis Enrique’s starting eleven. The Frenchman notably shone in major Champions League matches, such as in the quarter-final return leg against FC Barcelona (4-1).

Malcolm Barcola in Portuguese D2

It was therefore not so surprising to see him included in the list of coach Didier Deschamps to play the Euro with the French team. We can talk about a career on the rise for Bradley Barcola, while his big brother Malcolm is coming off a blank season. The 25-year-old goalkeeper was simply without a club during the 2023-2024 season. Well before Bradley’s emergence, the last line of defence had also been trained at Olympique Lyonnais. But the Lyon native had not managed to establish himself there.

His transfer to FK Tuzla City was also not a success in 2022, with Malcom Barcola having played only 11 games in all competitions during his only season in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Which may explain his inability to bounce back last season. In any case, the big brother of the French international has finally found his next destination. Indeed, Paços de Ferreira, a Portuguese second division team, has just announced the signing of Malcolm Barcola in an original video. The Togolese international (21 caps) promises to “ stop everything for Paços » to finally settle into a club.

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