Champions League – Barcelona vs Tottenham Non-disciplinary issues were again issued
Following the most recent controversy concerning Ousmane Dembele, Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde the club is working to help the player resolve the situation.
Preparations for their Champions League controversy Tottenham the French had scrapped to a certain stage turning two hours late on training.
Valverde, he did not want to say enough about the story, I hope that it can be resolved because of that talent Dembele property.
"It is true that there has been a case, one that we will resolve internally," he explained.
"It's not a new thing and we will try to address it in the best possible way by helping the talented player.
"The questions [the requested press] are internal, but it is a player that gives us a lot on the pitch, just as others do.
"We'll see what happened, but I like that we all need the same thing."
“On Saturday we won Derby 4-0 and said“ now we can have a quiet Sunday ”and then things happen and people just want to Dembele.
"Such things happened to me too, though not often."
Valverde they were also offered some hope Tottenham in advance of their Tuesday meeting by acknowledging that it will make changes from the front line to the best spot already received.
"There will certainly be changes on Tuesday as, in the end, we know that we are going through so that we can rest for some players," he said.
"It comes three days after an important game against." Espanyol, so it's not in my play plans Luis Suarez for two consecutive games because he still has some discomfort.
"The important thing is that the players taking part in this area know that the opponent has everything to play.
"Between however, you have no fear, as we will be caring for ourselves and we will try to win ourselves with the people we choose as an important opponent and competition. "
Because of the excitement generated in the football world after Sunday Superclasico final in the Libertadores Copa, some knew what it would be like ValverdeMen took men Real Madrid in the European equivalent.
"I would love to do that … but I love it being one opponent and we have a lot left to do until we succeed," he said.
"The Sunday game was amazing about the atmosphere and the tension and the last 10 to 15 minutes were insurmountable for tension.
"We'll see who will be playing in the Champions League final, but the most important thing is that we want to be one of the teams."
A game against Tottenham It starts at 21:00 CET Tuesday night.