Martín Montoya Torralbo is a Spanish footballer who plays forFC Barcelona as a right defender. Montoya started playing football for hometown club CF Gavà, moving to FC Barcelona's youth system, La Masia, at the age of 8. After progressing through its ranks, he was promoted to the B team in 2009. n the 2009–10 season, Montoya contributed with 22 games as the Luis Enrique-led team returned to the second division after an 11-year absence. On 26 February 2011 he made his debut for the first team, in a 3–0 away win against RCD Mallorca. On 30 April he made his first start for Barcelona in a 1–2 La Liga loss at Real Sociedad. Montoya again spent the vast majority of 2011–12 with the reserves. His first start for the main squad occurred on 12 January 2012, in a 2–1 away triumph against CA Osasuna for the season's Copa del Rey. In 2011 Montoya earned his first cap with the Spanish under-21 team. On 25 August 2011 Montoya was selected for the first time to the full team, for games against Chile andLiechtenstein.
Agent confirms that Dani Alves will leave Barcelona at the end of the season
FC Barcelona have been hit by the news that Brazilian international right-back Dani Alves will not be renewing his contract and plans to leave the club when his current deal expires at the end of the season.
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Could Barcelona right back Martin Montoya be on his way to Liverpool? The young defender made a rare start for Barcelona last night in their four nil victory over Getafe, even managing to tee up Lionel Messi for his comeback goal in the process, but could it be the last appearance that he makes for […]
Liverpool-target Martin Montoya happy at Barcelona
Martin Montoya has said that he is happy at Barcelona and is under no pressure to sign a new deal anytime soon. The highly-rated 22-year-old right-back’s contract runs out in the summer and he is yet to agree to an extension, throwing his future up in the air with many top clubs around Europe interested in [...]The post