The player enjoys playing on the front foot, driving at his direct opponent and having his passes break the defensive lines

On September 2, 2019, FC Barcelona and Las Palmas reached an agreement for the transfer of Pedri. However, the Canarian player didn't join the blaugranes until August 2020. Born in Tegueste, Tenerife, on November 25, 2002, he began his football career in the team from his hometown. 

Later, he joined Laguna Youth and, from 2018, he began playing in the youth teams at UD Las Palmas. He excelled there and in the 2019/20 season he was a starter in the first team and the most used player across the season: 34 Segunda División A games and four goals.

In his first season at the Club, Pedri made 52 appearances for Barça, more than any other player, establishing himself as a fixture in the side scoring four goals in the process. Such a great season has earned him the Golden Boy and the Kopa Trophy.

The second season of the canary at Barça dosen't only reaffirm him as one of the most prominent footballers in the world but also as one of the best midfielders today. When injuries have allowed him, he has shown himself to be a totally differential and unique player in the middlefield.


Every corner of the field witnessed Pedri's technical details with the ball at his feet. The canary can act as a attacking midfielder, as well as on both sides of the middle of the field. A taste for combinatorial football, the young footballer has excellent ball control and his millimeter passes break defensive lines.
Place of birth
Tenerife, Spain
Date of birth
Club debut


  • Barça Honours
    Copa del Rey
  • Individual
    Kopa Trophy
  • Individual
    Golden Boy

Key Performance Stats Pedri

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