THE FC BARCELONA LOOKS To THE FUTURE
Umtiti And the Barcelona already fix the sight in the final of Glass
Published:22/05/2017 - 17:41h
Updated:22/05/2017 - 17:42h
Samuel Umtiti, Andrés Iniesta and other players of the FC Barcelona published through the diverse social networks messages with which wanted to make a fresh start of LaLiga Santander, centring already in the final of Glass of the King 2016-17
It is time to to make a fresh start of LaLiga, and the players of the FC Barcelona know it. Samuel Umtiti, Andrés Iniesta and other members of the staff of the first team published some messages through the social networks, just after confirm the League won by the Real Madrid, with which contributed something of optimism and centred already in the final of the Glass of the King 2016-17.
Only the captain Andrés Iniesta attended to the media in the mixed zone of the Camp Nou, but Samuel Umtiti hanged in Twitter an image in which it appeared he running in the Camp Nou, with the bottom difuminado to create feeling of movement.
The FC Barcelona, to think in the next challenges
"Advancing to the future", could read in the text of the "tweet", leaving clear that from now the FC Barcelona has to centre in the final against the Sportive Alavés and, from here, think already in the challenges of the next season 2017-18.
"We have tried it until the last party. Thank you Fans by the support. Now it touches to think in the final of Glass. We go team, Força Barça!", it valued also Andrés Iniesta with a "tweet". If it does not want to close the season in white, the Barcelona will be forced to win to the Sportive Alavés next Saturday in Vicente Calderón.
They will not be able to trust the culés in front of a Sportive Alavés that already won them in the Camp Nou, and that along the present season has showed a big competitiveness and solvency in First Division, especially against the "big "".
We have it trying until the last party. Thank you Fans by the support. Now it touches to think in the final of Glass. We go team, Força Barça! pic.twitter.com/pkyrndpaju— Andrés Iniesta (@andresiniesta8) 21 May 2017