Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann face Barcelona on Saturday. Talking following Barca’s most recent embarrassing triumph on the European stage Enrique said: ‘I’m a mentor here [Spain] briefly time, and it’s my custom to keep my assertion. I’ll be here until my agreement closes, without a doubt,’ as report AS.
‘Regardless of my glad history with that club, I would prefer not to engage in others’ business.’
At the point when found out if current Barca president Joan Laporta had essentially sounded him out with respect to the chance of a return some time later down the line, Enrique basically answered: ‘I don’t think he has my telephone number.’
Wednesday’s shock 3-0 loss to Benfica implies Barca remain absolute bottom of Group E in Europe, behind third positioned Dynamo Kiev who have only one point.
In LaLiga the Catalonians are undefeated, however three successes and three draws from six matches sees the club sitting external the main four positions.
Further humiliation could be presented this end of the week, as Barca travel to the Wanda Metropolitano to confront Atletico Madrid.
Koeman will face a side led by two assailants he as of late turfed out of the Nou Camp, in Luis Suarez and Antoine Griezmann.
Griezmann was provided his walking orders this late spring to facilitate Barca’s monetary concerns, while Suarez was considered excess to prerequisite toward the beginning of keep going season, and proceeded to help Atleti become Spanish bosses.
‘I would prefer not to engage in others’ business’: Luis Enrique precludes enthusiastic Barcelona return to supplant enduring an onslaught Ronald Koeman by focusing on his Spain contract
- Ronald Koeman is confronting the sack at Barcelona after a helpless run of results
- Spanish monsters lost their initial two Champions League ties interestingly
- Barca have just won three matches in LaLiga and sit outside the best four sides
- Luis Enrique focused on he will remain will Spain and honor his present agreement