Dembélé really about to leave?

Dembélé really about to leave?
Dembélé really about to leave?

In recent days, the future of Ousmane Dembélé at Paris Saint-Germain has been the subject of much speculation.

The image did not go unnoticed at the start of the week on social networks. If Kylian Mbappé still fueled numerous debates for his little getaway to Cannes the day after the 38th day of Ligue 1, Ousmane Dembélé, left to rest like his friend, was present alongside the Bondy prodigy.

A posture that calls attention to, less than a week before the Coupe de France final. “I am preparing for Ousmane Dembélé to leave this summer, reacted journalist Daniel Riolo. No independently, because Luis Enrique doesn’t want it anymore. Dembélé is still under contract, he is supposed to stay and has just arrived. It is supposed to represent a framework for next year. At the time of the last day of the championship, he was not there, which was very surprising. Why isn’t he there, not even on the bench? Since Dortmund, he has barely played half an hour, why be in Cannes when he was injured? It would be even worse but I don’t think (he’s hurt). Plus, it’s filmed on these videos that everyone has seen. I am preparing for Dembélé to leave. Anyway, Luis Enrique doesn’t like the masses”.

Dembélé, his future is sealed

In this context, can we really imagine Dembélé leaving during this summer transfer window, just one year after his arrival in the capital? According to information from 10 Sport, this hypothesis should be excluded. The performance of the 2018 world champion would be considered very satisfactory and his relations with Luis Enrique would be fluid.

Spared from injuries for the first time in his career, Ousmane Dembélé has taken a step forward and evolved in his approach to his profession. Finally, the idea of ​​seeing Dembélé return to Spain to join Mbappé at Real Madrid seems like pure fantasy for a player who has been with Barça since his time in Catalonia.

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