Barça said Araujo has "fit in perfectly" at Las Palmas.
Barça said Araujo has “fit in perfectly” at Las Palmas.

It has been told to Barcelona that Julian Araujo, a defender, has “adapted perfectly” to life at Las Palmas.

The Mexican player is on loan to the Liga team for the season. He scored his first goal in the Spanish top flight last week against Las Palmas.

Juan Miguel Ramírez, president of Las Palmas, says the back is doing well at the club and he’s glad to have him.

To Culemania, he said, “Our sports management bet a lot on him because they were sure he would give the performance he is giving.”

“It has changed perfectly and is giving us very important performances.” We’re not scared that his good play will make it easier for him to go back to Barcelona.

“We’re glad Barcelona chose us to give it to them.” Barcelona has so many players that they need to give some up or bring some in. We have a great relationship with them. Of course, that helps us.

Araujo will be trying to do well this season so that Barcelona will give him a chance with the first team when he comes back in the summer.

Barcelona still has a problem at right back. The club wants to keep Joao Cancelo, but he has been playing left back lately.

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