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The Barcelona Star Admits That He Enjoys Being A Renegade Like Luis Suarez

Memphis Depay, a new Barcelona forward, has stated why he enjoys playing on the outskirts, and why he doesn’t mind being labeled a rebel.
Depay is known for his aggressive play on the field, and he recently compared his style to that of Luis Suarez in an interview with Diario Sport.
Suarez was a big success at Barcelona, and last season he led Atletico Madrid to the title.
He is well-known for his brutality and aggression.
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]#UCL — UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) July 24, 2021 “I don’t care if people call me a renegade,” says UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague)
On the field, being a rebel can sometimes bring something extra and help you win the game.
“It’s not because he’s the sweetest, nicest person on the field that Luis Suarez has won so many games and scored so many goals,” Depay added.
“I’m in good spirits.”
Being here is a blessing for me.
The response has been fantastic.
Attending so many interviews and activities is obviously exhausting, but I am doing so with vigor and patience.
“My first week and my first match are going well,” he added.
Memphis Depay will be a key player for Barcelona next season. Depay is likely to play a key role in Ronald Koeman’s Barcelona team next season, as the Blaugrana look to break their two-year title drought.
Barcelona has signed a number of free agents this summer, including the Dutchman.
Despite their financial difficulties, Barcelona has been able to increase their squad.
Sergio Aguero was also signed on a free transfer.
Barcelona will now try to re-sign Lionel Messi and reunite the team in order to win La Liga next season.
Depay, who is 27 years old, is in the prime of his career and will be hoping to make an impression in Barcelona.
After a disastrous tenure at Manchester United, this will be his second shot at such a prestigious club.
Memphis Depay adjusts to Barcelona “To be here, chasing my goal, is something incredible.” #UCL — UEFA Champions League (@ChampionsLeague) July 22, 2021 Perhaps Depay’s move to Manchester United came too soon for him, as he struggled to adjust to the Premier League’s pace and toughness.
Depay’s career was revitalized in Lyon, where he was a significant player for the French club.
In 178 games for Lyon, he scored 76 goals and assisted 55 times, and he will hope to continue his impressive form at Camp Nou next season.
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