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He returned to Barcelona in 2013 following non-exercised options but was loaned to Dutch club Ajax, where he had four goals in 24 appearances, including 17 starts.
Krkic joined Premier League club Stoke City in 2014 and had 15 goals in 74 appearances with the club, which was relegated to the League Championship in 2018.
At “Children’s A” level, Bojan had shown his character by clinching the league in the 95th minute of the final match, but it was at “Cadets A” level, where he scored 32 goals in 26 matches, that he really came to prominence, earning himself promotion to “Youth B”, then “Youth A”, where his goal against Badalona on the last day of the season won his club the title.
After scoring six goals in six matches, he was promoted to the Barcelona B team in the Spanish Segunda B (third division).
They had been looking for a goalscorer and found the player they needed right under their noses.
“I DON’T MIND” Bojan seemed the perfect solution and he repaid the club’s faith by scoring 14 goals at the age of 16 at a level where some players had already turned professional.
All Bojan’s team-mates agree on one thing: he is the complete striker and lives to score goals, but is no lesser a technical player for that.
Quite the contrary: he can both play and bring others into the game.
He has already won over the Barcelona fans, who give him a standing ovation every time he warms up as a substitute and are happy when the absence of one of Barcelona’s top-quality forwards creates a slot for Bojan in the starting line-up. Bojan Krkic’s story began when his father, Bojan Sr, a former footballer from Serbia who played for Catalonian club Mollerusa and before that, Red Star Belgrade and OFK Belgrade, fell in love with Maria Lluisa Perez, a nurse from Lerida, Catalonia.
Three days later, he made his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League against Lyon, coming on for Lionel Messi, whom he already knew from La Masia, Barcelona’s youth academy.
A natural goalscorer, Bojan does not appear to have problems with either attacking the goal or playing side-on to it and although he is willing to play on the wing, he is clearly a centre forward.
He has made one appearance for Spain's national team in a World Cup qualification game against Armenia in Sept. "Bojan is a very talented player who, at 28 years old, chose the Impact to pursue his career, after having played for some of the biggest clubs in the world," Impact coach Remi Garde said in a statement.
"His offensive ability to get others involved in the game and to score goals will be of precious help for the final stretch of the season.