Former FC Barcelona player and La Masia graduate Alex Moribahas has been at the center of a tumultuous transition story this summer. It all happened as a result of his last-minute trip to Germany to join RB Leipzig, but he is not entirely happy with the way things are handled. He openly criticized Barcelona for how he had been treated in the months following his departure.
Last season, Barca manager Ronald Koeman helped the 18-year-old to the first team. He made his debut and was obviously making room for himself in Queens’ early lineup. However, the club sent him back to Barcelona B and refused to train him with the first team when he turned down an offer to renew his contract.
Later, he was left out of Team B altogether, and was told he would be left on the bench if he refused to sign a new contract. Unfortunately, the club left him no choice as he was not even willing to negotiate the terms of the contract.
Finally, RB Leipzig offered a fee of 16 million euros, which was accepted by the Catalan giants. Moriba then faced the press for the first time as his name began to spread in all the news due to his refusal to renew his name.
“The last few months have been the hardest in my life, us. [my family] Blasphemous messages have been received but we have managed to overcome it today. I don’t deserve these messages, “he was quoted as saying. Brand
He later explained that the club was not straight when it came to public information. “They [people at the club] He has said a lot of things that are not true and we have had to keep quiet because of our respect for Barcelona.
Moreba slammed Barcelona fans as they were working on the transfer story. “I’ve gotten better with the support of the fans in Barcelona, but for the last few months they haven’t known how to behave,” he said.
He then talked about the future and said that he would do his best as a new Leap Zug player. Finally, he wished good luck to fellow La Masia graduate Ansoufati as he wears Lionel Messi’s number 10 shirt.