Bosnian international Miralem Pjanic, Barcelona player loaned to the Turkish team Besiktas, made an exciting statement about Dutch coach Ronald Koeman.
Pjanic’s speech came after a series of bad performances by the Blaugrana players at the local and continental levels in the recent period
The Bosnian player commented on how things turned out inside Barcelona, saying: The Catalan team needs a new coach to get him out of the period of deterioration he is experiencing.
According to the information reported by the Catalan newspaper Sport, Pjanic said: “My transfer was not easy. Last year in Barcelona, the coach made decisions that I was not able to understand. I was not very lucky last year.”
And the midfielder added: “Barcelona is going through difficult days, and the results are not going according to what the fans want, and that creates pressure, things are not going well now, but it is a big club, and they have enough players.”
And the former Juve star continued his talk about the Catalans, saying: “Maybe they need a great leader to walk the team, mistakes were made, but the people in the board of directors will make the right decisions.”
And Pjanic ended his exciting statement about the Catalan club by saying: “Barcelona is one of the biggest clubs, and they will return.”