Barcelona will switch their interest to their next Spanish league game where they will be at loggerheads with Osasuna after a 2-0 win against Almeria on Saturday night.
Barca President Joan Laporta and his camp succeeded in strengthening their squad depth this summer with the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha, Jules Kounde, and Andreas Christensen among others making a move to Spotify Camp.
According to reports coming from AS, Barcelona forward Raphinha has struggled to adapt to life at Camp Nou following his big-money move from Leeds United and has spoken to the club’s head coach Xavi about his problems.
“Yes, I told Xavi. I think he got it. I want to help the team as much as possible. I told him that I wasn’t helping the team on the left,” he said, as reported by AS.
“I don’t mind competing with Ousmane on the right. I like that competition, but I would like to compete in my place, where I feel more comfortable at the moment,” Raphinha added.