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Luis Suarez is expecting to come back to the field

Luis Suarez returned soon after recovering from injury. But, the Barcelona striker is still a bit scared.

Luis Suarez is expecting to come back to the field

 

Luis Suarez returned soon after recovering from injury. However, the Barcelona striker is still a bit scared.

Suarez suffered a knee injury in January. The injury makes the Uruguayan striker must go up the operating table.

Suarez was predicted to miss the rest of the season. However, the suspension of LaLiga due to the coronavirus pandemic made Suarez have time to recover.

After nearly five months pulled over, Suarez said his condition had improved. However, injury makes Suarez play with fear.

‘I am fine, adapting to training with my teammates,’ Suarez said as reported by Sport.

‘I know returning after an injury is always difficult. But I enjoy being able to go back (to the field).’

LaLiga is planned to roll again on June 11. Barcelona, ​​who is leading the Spanish League standings, will face Real Mallorca in its inaugural match on Sunday (6/14/2020).

Will Dembele leave Barcelona this summer?

Will Dembele leave Barcelona this summer?

 

The future of Ousmane Dembele in Barcelona continues to be speculated. The agent, Moussa Sissoko, insists the Frenchman will not leave this summer.

Barcelona is associated with several players. Lautaro Martinez and Miralem Pjanic are associated with the Catalan club.

There is a lot of news that Barca’s financial condition is red. Therefore, the Blaugrana must sell players.

Ivan Rakitic, Samuel Umtiti, Arturo Vidal, Neto, and Dembele are said to be sold.

‘I did not expect Dembele to leave Barcelona this summer,’ Sissoko said in Marca.

Dembele imported from Borussia Dortmund with a transfer value of more than 100 million euros. He did not contribute optimally due to many injuries.

During his time at Barca, Dembele has played 74 times in all competitions. There were donations of 19 goals recorded by the 23-year player.

Written by Tony Stark

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