Jules Kounde: Xavi is unhappy over Kounde’s Registration crisis

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Xavi, the manager of Barcelona, expressed his displeasure with the registration troubles Jules Kounde is facing in Catalonia.

The French international moved from Sevilla to La Blaugrana in the summer, although he has not yet been formally registered by La Liga as a Barcelona player.

As they attempt to revive their on-field fortunes this season, the Catalans have dealt with a summer of off-field controversy.

Referee giving Kounde red card

Kounde is still in limbo at Camp Nou until Barcelona complies with the Financial Fair Play regulations of La Liga, even though they were able to register four of their five summer recruits.

After Barcelona’s 4-1 win away at Real Sociedad, their first victory of the year, Xavi conceded that things are still unclear going into their third game the following weekend.

According to Marca reports, “It worries us all, but Mateu and Jordi are doing an incredible job.”

Jules threw a ball at Jordi Alba

“We signed him to play, and he knows that, so it hurts me.

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“Let’s wait till the following week and see whether there is any luck involved.”

Kounde will undoubtedly miss the game against Real Valladolid if Barcelona is unable to lower their squad expenditure in the coming days through sales or contract renegotiations.

Xavi, the manager of Barcelona, expressed his displeasure with the registration troubles Jules Kounde is facing in Catalonia.
Jules Kounde unveiling at Barcelona

Jules Kounde FIFA

Jules Koundé has an 83 rating. His position is CB, and he has a potential of 89. He is a Frenchman who is 23 years old and now playing for FC Barcelona in Spain’s Primera División.

Jules Koundé is right-footed, has two skill moves, and three weak foot moves, and his teammates are High/High in FIFA 22.

Xavi, the manager of Barcelona, expressed his displeasure with the registration troubles Jules Kounde is facing in Catalonia.
Xavi, FC Barcelona coach.

Jules Kounde Chelsea:

If Jules Kounde’s current club Barcelona fails to register him by the end of this month, Chelsea may still be able to sign him. According to a stipulation in his contract, the former Sevilla player will depart the Catalan club if they fail to register by August 31.

This summer as in previous seasons, Kounde was mentioned in connection with the Blues. This time, Barcelona sprang into action and quickly snatched up the center-back from them. Now, the challenge for the Spanish team is to release Frenkie de Jong so they can register the defender.

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Jules Kounde’s height.

The French defender is five feet, ten inches tall, one hundred and seventy-eight centimeters tall, and seventy kilograms in weight.

Jules Kounde’s red card. 

In his most recent match against FC Barcelona, Jules Kounde was given a straight red card for throwing the ball into Jordi Alba’s face. Kounde was previously a defender for Sevilla.

After a brief disagreement on the sidelines over who would get the ball for a throw-in, the Frenchman decided enough was enough and threw the ball at the Barca fullback, earning the moniker “stupidest red card ever.”

How old is Jules Kounde?

On November 12, 1998, just a few months after France claimed its first World Cup victory, Jules Kounde was born in Paris. Currently, he is the only member of the team that was born in 1998.

How good is Jules Kounde? 

While Koundé’s natural position is as a right-sided central defender, his level of agility, athleticism and technical ability enable him to play just as effectively at right-back. He plays there with the proficiency of a seasoned full-back, making long, lung-busting runs.

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For a central defender, Koundé is neither exceptionally tall nor broad at 5’11, yet he displays remarkable strength when he challenges for the ball.

His quickness gives him the upper hand in those one-on-one skirmishes when chasing the ball, and a strong leap makes him a vital asset at both ends of the field in aerial duels.

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