La Liga heavyweights Barcelona are reportedly monitoring the progress of 14-year-old Germany prodigy Saido Balde.

According to a report by German outlet Bild, Saido Balde has popped up on the radar of Barcelona. The Catalan giants are keeping tabs on the progress of the 14-year-old Hamburger SV prodigy. And they will look to add the youngster to their famed La Masia academy in the coming months.

Barcelona’s fabled La Masia academy is one of the most well-known youth setups in the world. The Catalan giants have produced several prodigious prospects for several decades, none more so than Lionel Messi. But other legends like Andres Iniesta, Pep Guardiola, and current manager Xavi Hernandez have also emanated from La Masia.

Most recently, first-team regulars and teenage prodigies Pedri and Gavi have emerged from the academy. And they have become first-team regulars for Barcelona in the last two seasons. And Xavi wants to promote more players to the first-team squad amid the never-ending financial woes.

So it is hardly surprising that Barcelona will scour the market for prodigious prospects. The Catalan giants have shown interest in several young whizkids, including Fabricio Diaz, who recently made his mark at the Under-20 South American Championships. They are also keen on signing Vitor Roque in the summer transfer window.

Saido Balde has now popped up on Barcelona’s radar ahead of the summer transfer window. The 14-year-old German attacking prodigy has risen through the ranks at Hamburger SV. And he currently represents the German club’s under-17 side. Meanwhile, the youngster was recently in the spotlight for the wrong reasons.

Balde, who has three goals and four assists in the under-17 Bundesliga, collapsed in a recent game. But he has recovered since then and is ready to take the field again for his team. And Barcelona will likely continue to monitor the German wonderkid in the coming games ahead of a summer bid.

Balde is one of the brightest young prospects in his homeland and will likely command more interest in the coming months. For now, the 14-year-old German attacking prodigy has popped up on the radar of Barcelona. And it will be interesting to see if the Catalan giants bring him to La Masia in the summer.

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