It was the Spaniard Riqui Puig, who signed last Thursday before
Puig arrived in Los Angeles just after 8:00 a.m. local time and was greeted by Galaxy fans with a banner reading “Hello, Brick,” as shown in a video provided by the club.
The Spanish midfielder greeted his new fans, signed autographs and posed for photos, already wearing a Galaxy scarf.
Los Angeles chose Puig to increase his technical quality in midfield and offered him a contract until 2025.
His stage officially began in Los Angeles on Sunday, and as EFE has learned, his presentation will be next weekend.
Barcelona’s youth team, Puig came to the entity now headed by Joan Laporta in 2013 from Yapac Terrassa as a student. Little by little, he rose through the lower categories of Barcelona until his first-team debut on December 5, 2018 against Cultural Lonesa in the Copa del Rey duel.
As of the 2020/21 academic year, as stated by FC Barcelona through an official statement, he has become part of the “all-purpose” first team. In total, he played 57 matches in which he scored two goals.
In his record, the Copa del Rey Championship (2020/21) and the League (2018/19) stand out.
Galaxy are going through a rough time in the MLS, losing their fourth game in their last five games to Sporting Kansas City on Saturday, leaving them ninth in the West, currently out of the playoffs.