Barcelona, Spain: Barcelona manager Xavi Hernandez has called up two young players from the club's academy to train with the first team.

Pau Prim and Marc Casado joined the first team training session today and are expected to continue training with the senior squad in the coming days.

This move comes as a result of several first-team players being sidelined with injuries, including Pedri, Frenkie de Jong, and Gavi.

By calling up the young players, Xavi hopes to compensate for the absence of his first-team stars and maintain the team's performance in upcoming matches.

About the Players:

Pau Prim: An 18-year-old attacking midfielder, considered one of the brightest talents in Barcelona's academy.

Marc Casado: A 19-year-old defensive midfielder known for his ability to read the game and make accurate passes.


This move by Xavi demonstrates his confidence in the young players' ability to contribute at the first-team level.

The players may get an opportunity to play in upcoming matches, especially if the first-team injuries persist.

Barcelona Youth Called Up to Cover Injuries