Barca B's Miranda opens up on Messi's treatment of young players
- The left-back is currently representing Spain U19 at the European Championship.
- The 19-year-old claims Leo pays a lot of attention to the youngsters within the squad.
- Alba and Pique also help Juan with their advice.
Juan Miranda is currently representing Spain's U19 team at this year's European Championship hosted by Armenia. After two games, La Rojita sit in the first position with one win and one draw. Barca B's right back scored two goals at the tournament, one against Armenia and one against Portugal.
Recently, the left-back sat down to an interview with Vbetnews:
"He's very close and a good person. He always speaks with the youngsters and asks how they are."
Advice at Barca
Spain U19s vs. Portugal
"It was a difficult game. We started well, but after 10 minutes, Portugal started to play better and controlled the game."
"We're just thinking about the next game because it's the most important. First, we have to beat Italy because it's like a quarterfinal for us, then we will see."
Level at the tournament
"All the teams are good, all the opponents are complicated."
His two goals
"I am surprised as a defender [to have scored them] but the most important thing is the team, not individual achievements."
Do you think Miranda could one day become a first-team member?