Denis Suárez, object of insults by part of Riazor in the Depor-Barça


"I go to litigate to death for being headline and triumph in the Barça"

Published:13/06/2017 - 11:41h

Updated:13/06/2017 - 12:56h

The Galician midfield player of the FC Barcelona has been interviewed this Tuesday by the newspaper "Marks" and has spoken on his first season in the club of his life like this of what expects that it offer him the future

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The same day that have gone out rumours of a possible interest of the Rome, Denis Suárez has attended to the "Mark" to speak of the European sub-21 with Spain and of his future in the FC Barcelona. The Galician, mature and with a lot of illusion.

Denis Suárez has done an assessment of his first season in the club: "I Began playing a lot of minutes, with the step of the parties had more leadership. After the stop of Navidad went back to a big level, doing goals and giving assistances, but then cut a bit my progression. I left to go in in the alignments".

The Camp Nou follows him impressing: "From small am fan of the Barça and jump to this field with so many people supporting you and encouraging is a very big responsibility. I am very happy to play in the club of my life". 

Flattered by Xavi and with the confidence of Valverde

Denis Suárez has treated a lot of subjects. It remembers when Xavi Hernández him elogió to his arrival to the club: "For me it is a referent inside the football. So much he like Andrés. They have had to work a lot to be headlines in the Barcelona. To my age were going in in the first team, were not headlines and cost them go in. They are a mirror".

Valverde Gives him good vibrations:  "I Think that it is a wise trainer, always has bet by the youngsters, has given opportunities to which work and deserve it to him and knows so much the Barça like the League", concluded.

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