The Barcelona midfielder was asked about the idea of Madrid skipper Ramos joining the club
Spain trained this morning and afterwards Barcelona midfielder Pedri Gonzalez spoke to the media. He was asked various things including an odd one, about the idea of Sergio Ramos joining Barcelona on a free transfer at the end of the season.
“It’s very hard for Ramos to go to a rival club,” said Pedri, diplomatically. “He’s a good player but I’m not the one who makes signings.”
Pedri says that he is having a great time with the Spanish national team, having been included in the squad for the first time.
“From the first day they’ve treated me really well,” said Pedri. “Knowing Jordi (Alba), Busi (Sergio Busquets) and the U21 players, it’s much easier.
“The rest of the squad are magnificent people. I like Luis Enrique’s playing style a lot. I hope to be able to learn a lot and adapt very well to bring the most I can to the national team.”
He also praised his current Barca coach, Ronald Koeman. “Koeman has a lot of responsibility (for me being here) because he bet on young players from the first day. I’m very grateful to him.
“He’s a coach who has backed me, I appreciate him a lot and have to return the confidence he’s had in me.”
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