Barcelona’s central marker had no qualms about accepting the humiliation against Bayern. “Nobody is essential, I am the first to offer myself to go,” he declared.
Gerard Piqué was the first to show his face in Barcelona, hot, a few minutes after suffering the 8-2 against Bayern Munich in Lisbon for the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
“Horrible match, a disastrous feeling. Shame is the word. You cannot compete like that, it is not the first or the second or the third time. I hope it helps,” declared the central marker.
“The club needs changes and I’m not talking about the coach or the players, I don’t want to point out anyone. I think the club needs changes of all kinds. Nobody is essential,” he emphasized.
However, Piqué made it clear: “I am the first to offer to leave, to leave, because I think that now we have hit rock bottom. I think we all have to look and reflect internally what is best for the club, for the Barça, which is the important thing “.
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