The summer has been a rollercoaster for Barcelona players, with highs and lows that showcase the unpredictable nature of football. Pedri’s stellar performance for Spain in the Euros was cut short by a knee sprain, raising concerns about his injury-prone history. Gavi and Frenkie de Jong are also recovering from injuries, while Gundogan looks to be in excellent form. The team’s depth will be crucial as players like Fermin Lopez and Ronald Araujo face setbacks. Coach Hansi Flick will need to instill a system that can adapt to any situation and keep the players healthy. The talent pool at Barcelona is strong, but maintaining player conditioning will be key to success in the upcoming season. Let’s hope for a season where these world-class players can shine for both club and country.