Alan Baro not thinking about Melbourne Victory contract renewal

Alan Baro not thinking about Melbourne Victory contract renewal


Melbourne Victory defender Alan Baro says he is not thinking about his future beyond the end of the current A-League season.

The Spanish defender’s one-year deal with Victory is set to expire at the end of the 2016-17 campaign having joined the club in July 2016.

After something of a bumpy start in Australia, Baro has entrenched himself as a key member of second-placed Victory’s push up the table.

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But the 31-year-old revealed he is not worried about resolving his future just yet.

“At this point, I will finish my contract in May and we will see at the end of the season (whether I will stay),” Baro said.

“I don’t worry about it. I want to concentrate and keep going with the team and make the best things with the team.

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“And then at the end (of the season), we will see.”

Baro’s family could have a role to play in his decision, and he says his young family is content in Melbourne.

“They (my family) find Melbourne is a very good city, very nice and we are very well in Melbourne,” Baro added.

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“But we will see. I cannot tell you anything more.”

Victory will be out to sure up third place when they travel to Brisbane to face the Roar on Saturday.

However, they will be without the likes of Besart Berisha, Marco Rojas, James Troisi and Jai Ingham, who are all away on international duty.