Romeu played with La Liga rookies Girona for the 2022–2023 season, when he made a significant impression and helped the Catalan team finish tenth in their first season back in the top flight before securing a return to his boyhood club, Barcelona.
Romeu, 32, has done a commendable job of filling the void left by Sergio Busquets’ summer departure. However, he has not yet won over the entire fan base, and club officials are still searching for a new long-term signing. Corinthians’ Gabriel Moscardo is a target for the La Liga giants. Barca boss Xavi wanted Romeu to help fill the void left by Busquets’ summer departure.
Romeu’s long-term future at Barcelona is uncertain, thus Carcel has acknowledged that he is eager for the midfield player to get back to Girona as soon as possible.
He told Diari de Girona, “Personally, I want 100% [to re-sign Romeu].” “He brought us enchanted items. Several athletes told me that he gave them competitive skills.
“Do I think I could sign him? Although there are contracts involved, it’s not simple, but it is not impossible.
To the question of when a move for Romeu might occur—in January or later on—Carcel merely reiterated, “I don’t see it as unfeasible.”
Pablo Torre, a 20-year-old midfielder, moved from Camp Nou to Girona on loan as part of Romeu’s move to Barcelona, but so far this season, the youthful player has only played eight games for the surprising La Liga leaders, logging just 120 minutes.
When questioned if Torre could leave the team in January, Carcel advised the loanee to keep working hard and keeping his head down.
“He’s young, he’s got talent and he needs to keep working,” Carcel stated. “He plays for a squad that is having a terrific time right now.
“In football, patience and preparation are key. In addition to being extremely young, he hasn’t played many professional games. It’s not simple. He needs a positive environment around him in order to advance and benefit us greatly.