Yusuf Demir bids farewell to Barcelona fans after failed La Liga move


Yusuf Demir bids farewell to Barcelona fans after failed La Liga move

Barcelona fans have been thanked by incumbent Yusuf Demir after a failed loan spell in the Catalan capital as a token of gratitude on his social media account.

The Austrian starlet arrived this summer from domestic giants Rapid Wien after his stock continued to rise in the Austrian Bundesliga on the home front, with many expecting Demir to be the next big thing to emerge from the nation. ‘Central Europe.

But he has failed to make a lasting impression at Camp Nou this season after performing well during pre-season under Ronald Koeman, and lasted just six months in Spain while logging just 290 minutes in nine appearances combined. in La Liga and the Champions League.

Regardless of his failure to press his luck in Spain, Demir remained grateful after signing and returning to Vienna; “I want to thank all Barcelona fans for the love, support and messages. It was a pleasure to play for this wonderful club of champions. See you next time.” Note: quote from a sports journalist Albert Roger

Barcelona set to launch revamped top three against Atlético Madrid

Despite the loss of Yusuf Demir, Barcelona will hardly sweat when it comes to their ability to field a solid top three for the rest of the season after a new trio of reinforcements arrived at Camp Nou at Xavi’s request.

Yusuf Demir bids farewell to Barcelona fans after failed La Liga move

Barcelona’s new player, Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (C) poses for photos with his father and relatives during his official presentation, at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on February 3, 2022. (Photo by LLUIS GENE / AFP) (Photo by LLUIS GENE/AFP via Getty Images)

Deals for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Ferran Torres and Adama Traore have shown the iconic former Barcelona midfielder is a man of his word after confirming his intention to improve the quality offered in attack for the Blaugrana, and the new trio could all line up when Barca take on Atlético Madrid this weekend.

With the vital Camp Nou clash having direct implications for Champions League football next season – Barca are just one point behind fourth-placed Atleti – reinforcements in January may have come at the right time as the club continue to embark on a six-match unbeaten streak (3-3-0) in La Liga, with a rebound in full swing.

This article was edited by
Conor Laird.


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