Ousmane Dembelé Triumphs in the Borussia Dortmund after being objective of the Barça


Dembélé Is disappointed with the Borussia Dortmund

Published:7/06/2017 - 15:02h

Updated:7/06/2017 - 15:02h

The French extreme regretted the exit of the club of Thomas Tuchel, trainer that had given him confidence and helped him to adapt to the German football. It could mean this an approach to the Barça? Dembélé Dreams with this possibility

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The exit of Tuchel of the Borussia Dortmund has surprised to many. From players until other trainers going through the fans, that considered him the best relief of Klopp. 

"I am disappointed because it was a trainer that has given me a lot of confidence. Thomas Was always there for me and has taught me a lot. It is a very good trainer, with the one who had big moments", sentenced Dembélé, that wanted desmarcarse of the rumours that aim to that the cause of the dismissal were grave problems between the trainer and the managerial board.

"I do not know what has occurred. Of the interpersonal problems have not heard at all. But our directive like this has decided it, this is the business of the football", concluded the French extreme.

Umtiti Recommends his signing

"We carry us very well. I know that the FC Barcelona is interested in his profile. Now it is missing that all the parts arrive to an agreement. Could contribute us a lot with all his qualities and what is able to do. I would give him the welcome with the open arms", commented Samuel Umtiti in statements to L'Instrument that it collects "Sportive World".

"Already the year happened the Barça was interested in him. He knows the house. It will carry him some time adapt, but if he wants to carry him with me to my house, he can sleep in my house. I commission me of him", it ensured between laughs Umtiti.

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