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Hundedyrt Barca-procurement dumber constantly: Get big millionbøde

He delivered a bit of a drømmemål against Tottenham in the Champions League the other day, but although Ousmane Dembélé in the glimpse delivers the goods on the pitch, so Barcelona are still major issues with keeping track of kantspilleren outside kridtstregerne.

Dembélé is several times come too late or not at all surfaced to training, because he has a very big urge to play computer and watch tv shows till late at night.

a month ago, he showed himself on the træningsanlægget, and Barcelona could not get hold of him despite trying. Subsequently sounded the excuse that he was sick, and that cell phone was out of battery. Why did you first contact at 11:30. Several hours after the workout.

It will now for life. According to the Spanish Marca the club has now issued an order, that the frenchman must always have his cell phone turned on so they can get in touch with him. And the phone must not be put on the silence of the night.

It is obviously necessary, although Dembélé, after all, is 21 years old.

in Addition, the club has also being gored a little bit of a fine of 200,000 euros - or one and a half million Danish crowns - out to the veltjenende footballer, in the hope that it can help to remedy the problem.

Marca report, however, that everyone in Barcelona, including the coach, Ernesto Valverde, - considers the former Dortmund player to be a good guy, and that everyone in the club wants that he must get success.

Computer games and tv-watching is, however, not the only challenges for Ousmane Dembélé.

When he played in Borussia Dortmund, he rented the former coach Jürgen Klopps house, but managed not even to keep the same order as the German.

The German newspaper Bild was thus able to report and document with pictures that floated to the laundry, old furniture and garbage outside of the house. Supposedly, to the great dissatisfaction of the house's owner - the current Liverpool manager, Jürgen Klopp.

The French midfielder moved to Barcelona in 2017 for well over 850 million dollars after playing one season in Dortmund.

Ernesto Valverde reportedly can like Ousmane Dembélé, but is not happy about the frenchman's lack of discipline. Photo: AP

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