The Barcelona president replied to his counterpart from Napoli, who had described playing the match between the two at the Camp Nou as a “danger”.
Some days ago, Aurelio De Laurentiis, President of Napoli, said it was a “danger” to play the game against Barcelona at Camp Nou. Now, a few days after the duel, Josep Bartomeu took care of answering him.
In an interview with Bein Sports, the Blaugranas chief executive assured: “I do not share at all the words of the president of Napoli. He has his reasons, but I think it is logical our responsibility that things return to normal and normality it happens that the teams play in their stadiums “.
He added: “Alarmist messages like yours are bad for everyone, the correct message is that of UEFA, trying to make normalcy as high as possible and following protocol. I very much agree with UEFA and also with the final phase in Lisbon “
Lastly, Bartomeu closed: “It would have been very strange not to play at the Camp Nou. The situation is improving in Barcelona and Catalonia, infections are subsiding, we wear a mask and we comply with hygiene to the maximum. The situation is normal.”
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