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Agent for Manchester United linked striker goes on rant to say player may need to leave current club

it will be interesting to see whether things change on that front or United should consider actioning on their reported interest.

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Young Barcelona forward Victor Roque was just last week linked with a move to Manchester United as centredevils covered.

The young Brazilian made a sensational, high profile €30 million move to the Catalan giants from Athletico Paranaense in the winter summer window but it hasn’t all gone to plan.

His development has been greatly hampered by his prolonged relegation to the bench.

Roque scored two goals in his first four matches but game time has been hard to come by since for the young lion.

His lack of game time has triggered his agent Andre Cury who has absolutely blasted Barca for their treatment of his client.

“Everyone thinks that Vitor Roque has to have more minutes and no one understands why the coach doesn’t give them to him,”Cury said speaking to Catalan radio RAC1.

“Xavi has never spoken to the player. I do not understand this situation and I think it is not good for either party. I have told the boy that what he has to do is work even harder and wait for the opportunity,” Cury ranted.

Cury went ahead to suggest that if things do not change they would have to speak to the club for solutions which could mean finding greener pastures elsewhere.

“If the club does not give space to Vitor, unfortunately, we will have to talk to the club to find a solution. A loan for a young boy ends up harming him because he goes to another club that does not own him and has no interest in taking care of him. This is very dangerous for the boy’s career,” he concluded.

Xavi’s preference for the much more seasoned Robert Lewandowski is well documented so it will be interesting to see whether things will change on that front or United should consider actioning on their reported interest.

 

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