Perez: I don’t understand why Barcelona sold me

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Former Barcelona player Carles Perez says the Catalan club has no patience with the new players, adding that he does not understand why he was sold to Rome during the January transfer window. After spending the early years of his career at Camp Nou.

Carlez Perez rose through the La Masia academy as a youngster, before making his debut for Barcelona’s first team in his first year. However, he faced many difficulties in trying to find a place in the Barcelona lineup.

The Spaniard managed to make only 27 appearances in total for the Catalan club, including seven in the first half of the 2019/20 season. But the club decided to sell him during the January transfer window.

Roma initially took Perez on loan, but with the option to buy him for 11 million euros in June, when the player will be offered a four-year contract.

“I’m just thinking about how to succeed in Rome,” he said. I have another four years on my contract and I am focused on that. I do not understand my departure, but I respect the decision and I thank the club for the treatment it has given me over the years there “, said Perez.

“People talk about academia, but sometimes they prefer to spend millions and have no patience with young players. That’s right. “People need to forget my past there.”

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