Born to Haitian parents, Konrad moved to Barcelona at a young age as his father took a job in the Haitian embassy to Spain. He has been at La Masia for about 7 years now, and has recently starred in the B team’s run in the promotion playoffs.
Konrad has represented the United States at youth levels, including at the 2019 U-20 FIFA World Cup in Poland.
It’s not confirmed yet whether Konrad will take any part in the match against Napoli, but his chances are higher than normal because of Barcelona’s unusually short squad.
With injuries affecting Samuel Umtiti and Ousmane Dembélé, plus the suspensions of Sergio Busquets and Arturo Vidal, and with Arthur essentially quitting the team, and with Martin Braithwaite ineligible for the Champions League... there are a lot of opportunities for B teamers right now.
Ansu Fati, Riqui Puig, and Ronald Araújo have already taken their chance and are considered to be integrated into the first team picture. Meanwhile, Konrad is joined by several B teamers looking to make their debut - Monchu, Ludovit Reis, Óscar Mingueza, and Jandro Orellana - who are all training with the senior team right now.