Clement Lenglet, the Barcelona defender, has had a busy few weeks. As well as going through the coronavirus pandemic with the rest of the football world, he has become a father and also seen one of his horses win its first race. In the middle of it all, he hopes to remain at Barça but admits nothing is certain.
"You never know what the future holds when you're a footballer," he told RMC in France. "But evidently I hope to be at Barcelona next season. It will depend on the transfer window, which is a special period for clubs. None of us are safe from anything, but I hope to stay."
Lenglet also spoke about Quique Setien's appointment and what it's meant for him, with game time split with Samuel Umtiti, who was preferred for the Clasico in March.
The centre-back added: "There are various reasons to explain it. With the new coach, Umtiti and I were rotating. We shared minuted. However, I didn't play the Clasico, which was a small disappointment for me, but it's part of the life of a footballer. I am preparing well and I hope to play regularly."