Gündogan denies discomfort with Vinicius Junior’s style, but says: “Maybe he likes being booed”

Barcelona will face Real Madrid for the first time in the 2023/24 season this Saturday (28), and Brazilian Vinicius Junior will be in the spotlight not only for his prominence in recent seasons, but for having been the target of racist insults once again against Sevilla.

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Therefore, before the duel between Spain’s two main rivals, German midfielder Gündogan, from the Catalan team, commented on Vini’s style on the field.

“Some may interpret Vinicius’ actions as provocation, but for me they are not. Obviously, he already knows that if he does these things, they will boo him. But maybe he likes being booed, I don’t know,” Gündogan told”Esport3″.

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This Saturday’s game will mark the first classic for many young players in the squad, but also for the experienced midfielder, who was at Manchester City and arrived at Barça at the beginning of the current season.

And, before having the unprecedented experience of an El Clásico, the German stated that he knows his role as a reference in the team.

“With my experience, it’s also my duty to make sure they know how to stay calm. I didn’t come here to shine alone or to be a superstar. I came here to help the team be successful and help my teammates be better.”

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