The Canarian midfielder, who has played 52 games this season, will miss the match at Eibar
This Thursday, May 20, saw Pedri begin his summer holidays. The youngster from Tegueste has played 52 games in his first year at FC Barcelona, making him the second youngest in history to reach the mark. An incredible figure because there are few footballers who have reached fifty games in their first year at the club.
Since the 2013/14 season, only two can boast of having played a minimum of 50 games in their first year at Barça: Arturo Vidal and Ivan Rakitic.
At just 18, Pedri has become a fixture in Ronald Koeman's midfield. Thanks to his vision, he's made his childhood dream a reality and has become very important to the team. So much so, that he will only miss the last match of the season: Eibar v Barça.