It wants it in his FC Barcelona
Denis Suárez, insists: "Ojalá Héctor Bellerín can fichar"
Published:26/06/2017 - 18:52h
Updated:26/06/2017 - 18:52h
The midfield player of the FC Barcelona Denis Suárez went back to show his wishes that so much Héctor Bellerín like Gerard Deulofeu finish dressing the Barcelona T-shirt this summer. But especially it bet by the arrival of the side of the Arsenal
Denis Suárez follows concentrated with the Spanish selection of face to this European sub-21, where next Tuesday will contest the semifinals in front of Italy. The Galician claimed in the last party with the "rojita" and sees everything with more clarity. Also the future of his team, a FC Barcelona where the name of Héctor Bellerín does not leave to appear in the means.
Something normal for Denis put that "the people wants to the best in the Barça and ojalá Bellerín can come. The players of big level, welcome are". The half Galician was not so conclusive with another canterano Barcelona that could close his turn in the next days.
It treats of Gerard Deulofeu, this hombe that follows with the same doubts of does weeks on his return to the Barcelona entity. "Deulofeu Was in Barcelona a lot of years, in The Masia. It has had to go it went to look for a place and has found it in Milan. At the end of the European will decide his future and expect that it was the best for him", sustained in an interview for "Radius Marks".
This course the footballer wants that it was his year in the FC Barcelona, where wait cuajar and be important. Always looking to his big referent in the team, Andrés Iniesta. "It is a referent in the team and always has been it, ojalá can follow his steps", aimed.
It will shorten holidays to start with the pre-season of the Barça
On his holidays and the recortar the days of rest to initiate the pre-season with the Barça the next twelve July, went back to show without problem any. "Will have 14 days of rest when it finish the European. They will arrive me of leftovers to be well in the pre-season, that is the important", concluded.