Luka Cindric, born on July 5, 1993 in Ogulin, arrived at Barça in the summer of 2019 from PGE Vive Kielce of Poland. The Croatian is considered one of the best players in the world in his position, is an intelligent player, and thanks to his ability is capable of making the best of a game situation at any time. An international for Croatia, he's not a scorer, but has a good long distance shot. In the last edition of the Champions League, in which he faced Barça in the duel for third and fourth place, Cindric scored a total of 59 goals.
Measuring 1.82 meters, he's signed a contract with Barça for four seasons, until June 30, 2023. He started his professional career at HRK Karlovac Croat, and in 2014 signed for Macedonian side, Metalurg, where he debuted in the Champions League. The following season he changed his team, but didn't move from Macedonia. He signed for Vardar, who became European champions in 2017, eliminating Barca Lassa in the semifinals with a goal in the final second. Last season he played in Poland for Vive Kielce under the orders of coach Talant Dujshebaev.