Nico González, the talented Galician midfielder, has made a decision that seems to be taking its toll on his promising sports career. After a successful season on loan at Valencia, where he stood out as an important player in the midfield, Barcelona decided to listen to offers for his services. Although Valencia showed a clear interest in retaining him and giving him a more prominent role in their squad, González chose to continue listening to offers and finally decided to join Porto.
However, this seemingly promising move has resulted in a stagnation in González’s career. Despite having had numerous offers from League teams willing to sign him, his choice to join Porto has relegated him to the bench for more than a month, without any injury justifying his absence from the field of play. Nico was one of Barcelona’s great promises and as such he had countless suitors waiting at his doors, but it seems that his final choice is going to haunt him for some time, at least until he settles in the Portuguese team.
He rejected teams that were very interested and willing to give them their place on the field of play
This situation raises questions about the wisdom of your choice. Why did he opt for a club where his playing time is limited instead of staying in Spain and taking advantage of the opportunities he had in the League? Valencia was willing to give him a leading role in his project, and his decision to leave for Porto seems to be harming his development as a footballer.