Thursday, 15 October 2009

'Of course I would like to play for Barça'

More flirting with the Blaugrana from Robson de Souza:

"Of course I would like to play for Barca. Who would not? We could have so much fun," he told El Mundo Deportivo.

"It would be a pleasure to play alongside (Lionel) Messi, my compatriot Daniel Alves, Xavi, (Andres) Iniesta, (Zlatan) Ibrahimovic, with all of them.

"They're a great team. I played against them and know their quality. But right now I can only do it on the PlayStation.

"It is a pleasure to watch Barca play. They look like the best Brazilian team with the way that they use the ball. Pep Guardiola's team is truly spectacular."

On the other hand, though:

"But now is not a question of whether there is a loan move or I sign in the winter market or in the summer.

"It is a question of sitting down and talking when there is a serious and concrete proposal and as I have said before I have not personally received that.

"Now would not be the right time to say things that could be badly interpreted here or there.

"I have a contract with City and being the professional that I am, I am dedicated to them."


newsoftheblues said...

i too would love to play for barcelona, cant blame him for that, they are one of , if not the best team in the world.

But we might aswell get the best out of him while he is here, he will want to impress his suiters, even after being our top scorer last season.

if he leaves, we need a flair replacment immediatly, because that is what the team lacks!

JPB said...
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clevblue said...

Hop it's paper talk, or mis-quote at least. I'll be sorry to see him go, but don't see where he fits in at the moment

Blue Moon said...

It is amazing that the prospect of Robinho leaving the club does not frighten me... Just shows how far we've come.

Lee F said...

We need stregnth in depth and Bellamy's injury history would suggest we'll need Robinho sooner rather than later. I know we have Petrov on the left too but with him wanting to move and his age selling Robinho could cause us problems.