Frenkie emphasizes his desire to win big titles with Barca.

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Frenkie de Jong insists he is at the club he always wanted to be and is determined to lead Barcelona to more major trophies in the future.

Barcelona’s Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong insists he is at the club he has always wanted to play for and aims to succeed. Including being the player you want to be in the future. According to a disclosure to NOS, the Wind Turbine City media, last Monday ทางเข้า UFABET 

Frenkie joined Barcelona from Ajax Amsterdam in the summer of 2019, but the Azulgrana team had considered selling the Dutch midfielder over the past two years to resolve financial problems. club finances But he turned down a transfer and has become Xavi Hernandez’s current mainstay. The 26-year-old midfielder has now won three trophies: La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the Superco. Pa de España 


Frankie admits he has not yet won the title he wanted. That means the Champions League. Including being the player the Dutchman wants to be as well. 

‘I’m at the club I’ve always wanted to be at. The place I dreamed of,’ Frankie said. ‘I haven’t won the championship trophy like I wanted to. And I’m still not the player I want to be. There are still things to improve and I still have time. But I want to get there as quickly as possible. as a football player You have to win the big prize. I haven’t got them yet.’

The loss of Frenkie to injury at the start of the season was clearly linked to a decline in results. Even though he may not score goals or provide assists consistently. But the Dutch midfielder also feels he can be important to the team.

‘You can make decisions in a different way. Decisiveness is often linked to goals and assists. This is different for my position. I want to be the key in a different way. I can still make progress in that area and I’m not where I want to be yet.’

Frankie is also aware that.

Barcelona is still not performing well on the Liga stage as they should this season. 

‘We’re not doing well in La Liga, that’s just the way it is. But we still have half a season to go. You never know. We came out on top in our group on the Champions League stage, that’s good, there’s still a lot to play for. We have a talented team. But we still don’t have enough consistency. I don’t know why that is.’

The 26-year-old midfielder also admitted that Barcelona have been affected by injuries to many players, including Gabi’s serious injury, Pedri’s multiple rests and Marc-Andre Tae. R Stegen, who will have to rest for 2-3 months from surgery to treat a back injury.

‘If you lose five important players, every team will be worse off. And that’s how it is for us too. Hopefully we will be able to play with the same team for a long time this year. And everyone is always very fit. Then everything will definitely get better.’