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Xavi puts pressure on Atlético for Griezmann and praises Lewandowski!

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Barcelona made a convincing start to the season. After a XXL transfer period marked by the arrival of Robert Lewandowski, Ravenha or Jules Conde, the Blaugranas are starting to gain momentum. Evidenced by their recent Champions League victory over Viktoria Plzen, with a hat-trick from the Polish striker. Returning to La Liga, Barcelona want to continue their good streak with a win over Cadiz. Present at a press conference, Xavi returned to the crippled state of Antoine Griezmann, the rise of Robert Lewandowski or the Jordi Alba affair.

Antoine Griezmann

“Griezmann? It’s a story between clubs, it’s none of my business. There is no discussion, we think he’s an Atletico player. My opinion won’t change that. I didn’t talk about Griezmann, it’s Atletico Barcelona’s problem, it’s a club problem I haven’t dealt with.”

Robert Lewandowski

“I wouldn’t change Robert for anything in the world. Experience is a degree. He’s so mature, his way of serving young people, his humility is contagious, he wins it all, and he still arrives with that humility that strikes others. It’s amazing what he does.”

Marcos Alonso and Hector Bellerin

“They are fine, they will be in the group, they are really there to help the team and be part of the team dynamic”

Jordi Alba and his comments about the lack of playing time

“I can understand Jordi, but other than his statements, he is very focused, he is very humble with his situation, he is very motivated and the other day he was very good when he came back. His attitude has not changed, he is important in the group because he is one of the leaders. He is important, he plays.. The statements are normal, this has happened to me too.

Cadiz

“He’s a tough opponent, very defensive. They made it difficult for us in the last four games, and we didn’t beat them. This is a good opportunity to take revenge on us. They didn’t win, but that makes them more dangerous, and they will come out more aggressive.”

to shorten

Barcelona made a convincing start to the season. After a XXL transfer period marked by the arrival of Robert Lewandowski, Ravenha or Jules Conde, the Blaugranas are starting to gain momentum. Evidenced by their recent Champions League victory over Viktoria Plzen, with a hat-trick from the Polish striker. Returning to La Liga, Barcelona want to continue their good streak with a win over Cadiz. Present at a press conference, Xavi returned to the crippled state of Antoine Griezmann, the rise of Robert Lewandowski or the Jordi Alba affair.

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