Yusuf Demir Celebrates a goal with the Barça

AFTER HIS GOAL IN FRONT OF THE STUTTGART

Yusuf Demir, with the ambition to win the confidence of Koeman

Published:1/08/2021 - 14:06h

Updated:1/09/2021 - 10:54h

Yusuf Demir Looms with doing a space in the XI initial of the Barcelona. The Austrian has left positive feelings for the barcelonismo

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Yusuf Demir Has lived a good start in his pre-season with the FC Barcelona and wishes to struggle by a square in the first team. The Austrian was from the start in the friendly in front of the Stuttgart, in which it also inscribed for the first time his name in the list of goleadores with the Barcelona T-shirt.

For the meeting, Ronald Koeman had of him like right extreme, being able to obtain his first joy with the Catalan club when marking his first so much grieve in the phase of preparation with regard to the course 2021-22, in which the Barça has left a very good impression.

 

Demir, goleador in front of the Stuttgart

After the meeting, that sealed with a victory, the Austrian has related his experience in his debut like culé: "I Am very appreciated by the opportunity that has given me the Barça. The feeling to play here is incredible. It is a dream done reality. I expect to be still in the first team, am very happy".

Likewise, ensure to have understood very well with Antoine Griezmann, the one who gave him the assistance to mark his first goal with the Barcelona, a gesture by part of his mate by which also has showed grateful: "I Saw that Antoine had the ball and knew that it would put it there".

Of this way, the Austrian begins to add integers to do with a square in the diagram of the Dutch trainer, the one who to his time has of a formidable piece in attack, although it has to continue evaluating his evolution to measure that advance the pre-season.

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