Barcelona are frustrated with Ousmane Dembele’s life off the pitch and his agent Moussa Sissoko is set to move to the Catalan capital in the coming weeks to help his client put his life in order.
The former Borussia Dortmund forward is staying up late at night, as he is huge fan of video games and TV series, and this has resulted in him being late for training or even missing sessions.
Meanwhile, Barcelona are also bothered by his eating habits and they have tried to work on his diet by employing a private chef.
Josep Maria Bartomeu has met with Sissoko to warn him about his client’s habits and Dembele’s agent has taken the Blaugrana’s president comments into consideration.
At the club, they consider the agent’s decision to move to the city as a move towards the right direction as they still back the 22-year-old player, for whom they spent 105 million euros a couple of years ago.
The coaching staff are satisfied with Dembele’s effort in training and his improvement since the beginning of the season.
What frustrates them, however, are his injury setbacks, as well as incidents such as the red card he received against Sevilla for accusing the referee Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz of being “very bad”.