Barcelona manager, Ronald Koeman has come out to say that he is feeling mistreated at the club. Koeman recently revealed that he is eyeing next step signings over the summer and an extended stay at the Camp Nou.
According to him, talks have been happening about the team, the season and recent results, and the club has arranged to meet again at the end of the season.
Koeman added that he wants to stay at Barcelona because he still feels very happy in Spain, and believes he has what it takes to improve things in future.
His words, “I can’t explain much.”
“We talked about the team, the season and recent results. We’ve arranged to meet again after the season.”
“The end of the season is the right moment to speak, above all for the club.”
“I want to stay; I am happy and I see a lot of room to improve things. It’s a path that doesn’t end this season.”
“In my opinion, there are a lot of positives. You can’t say two weeks ago everything is perfect and now it’s all terrible. That’s not fair. [Laporta] will have the final say but I am relaxed.”
“I feel a little bit [mistreated] in the last two weeks,”
“If you analyse a season, you must analyse the changes to the team, the young players, that we won the cup, that we had 13 points [fewer] in December and we’re still fighting for the league – [even if] it’s a small possibility.”
“That’s what you need to analyse. And if I heard the media in the last few days, it looks like we did a really bad job and I don’t agree.”
“I feel supported by the players and the team has a big future. If we can sign what we think we lack to take the next step, I think we can be very excited about the team next season.”
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