Dembélé humiliated by the Catalan press


While he seems determined to leave Barça if he does not get the XXL salary he claims, Ousmane Dembélé has been crushed in a vitriolic editorial published in Sport.

Barcelona’s leaders seem capable of working miracles this winter. Despite a still dire financial situation, the Blaugrana have indeed already completed the arrivals of Dani Alves and Ferran Torres and are poised to attract Alvaro Morata. A case nevertheless resists Juan Laporta and his teams, that of the extension of Ousmane Dembélé, at the end of the contract next June.

Xavi may have made the case of the Frenchman a top priority since his arrival, the discussions between the former Rennais and Barça seem to be deadlocked. Consequence of the financial demands of the tricolor world champion, who would claim a gross annual salary of 40 million euros and a signing bonus of 20 million euros. Totally insane figures given the economic situation of Barça. And all the more for a player who has accumulated no less than 700 days of absence since his signing in Catalonia in the summer of 2017.

He needs a psychiatrist

This is at least the opinion of Sport journalist J.Mª Casanovas. Indeed, the columnist made a note this weekend that smelled like sulfate. Considering that Ousmane Dembélé was only one « mercenary who only plays for money « , the Barça specialist has multiplied the attacks, evoking a player « Turned into a rotten apple in the locker room », « a talented player with disappointing performances », « An immature athlete », « an ungrateful man who never joined the club ». « More than a coach, he needs a psychiatrist », he continued, adding: “He is as individualistic in life as in the field. His lifestyle is not at all professional, his poor diet has caused many injuries. « 

And J.Mª Casanovas had not finished with the one who “ deserves nothing but contempt. ». « You can’t trust a guy who doesn’t look you in the eye and lies more than he talks ”, he added to conclude. Here is Ousmane Dembélé dressed for the winter.

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