As the team goes through one of the worst times in recent years, the bad news continues to come for Quique Setién and the rest of the squad. On Tuesday, it was reported that Ousmane Dembélé is lost for the rest of the season on Tuesday. The Frenchman was working in Qatar with specialists in the field, but in the first days of February it was reported that he should go through the operating room, without giving recovery times. However, it is now reported in the postoperative period that the player will be out for six months.
«Ousmane Dembélé has been successfully intervened in Turku (Finland) by Dr Lasse Lempainen of the rupture of the proximal tendon of the right thigh femoral biceps,» the club said in an official statement, confirming serious news about the French’s future. In this scenario, Barcelona will first have to find a way to recover a highly talented youth and for which so many millions of euros have been invested, but also thinking about the current season, you can ask for an exception and add to a reinforcement, which seems to be more than a rregent.
At the moment no one made reference to anything about reinforcements and the situation at the club is critical. Thinking about Champions League and La Liga, the chances of getting some of the two titles seem to be very distant with the current roster and the names will start to hang around in the coming days.