Dembélé leaves his future open in Barcelona and talks about Messi as a leader in the field


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Dembélé leaves his future open in Barcelona and talks about Messi as a leader in the field

In Barcelona, ​​Dembélé did not consider that there is an end of the cycle and yes “the beginning of something”: he mentioned the arrival of Roland Araújo, Oscar Mingueza, Sergiño Dest and Ansu Fati.

Ousmane Dembélé, French international, left his future open at Barcelona, ​​with whom he ends his contract in 2022, and specified that neither he nor the club “they are in a hurry” for a possible renewal, in an interview published this Wednesday in L’Equipe.

The 24-year-old, called up with the French national team for the Eurocup after a long absence, he clarified that now “is totally centered” in the international tournament, in which France debuted on the 15th against Germany.

“I don’t know, we’ll see. We’ll meet with the management.”, said the end to a question about his permanence in the Barcelona. He was pleased to have chained 44 games in all competitions, something unprecedented in his last three years, in which he was punished for injuries.

“I have done a lot of prevention work during the week, before and after training. I reinforce my hamstrings that have given me so much trouble,” he said.

In the Barcelona, Dembélé did not consider that there is an end of the cycle and yes “the beginning of something”: cited the arrival of Roland Araújo, Oscar Mingueza, Sergiño Dest and Ansu Fati.

The 2018 world champion also spoke about his relationship with Lionel Messi, whose permanence at the Spanish club is also not guaranteed.

“He’s a good guy, a leader. He’s open, he talks a lot, I get along great with him from day one. I’m not under pressure to play with him, he gives a lot of advice on the field. He advises me to attract the opponent, face, dribble “, he pointed.


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