Ada Hegerberg does not want to say anything about a possible move to Barcelona.
– No comment has been received by the press at Stade Olivale.
Back in April, Spanish newspaper Marca claimed that Barcelona had a concrete interest in Hegerberg, and that the club had begun a dialogue with Lyon about buying the Norwegian striker.
Dagbladet asks Hegerberg what she thinks of FC Barcelona, but that’s not what the 27-year-old is particularly interested in talking about either.
– She replied that what I think about Barcelona now is completely irrelevant.
You seem to have more information than I do. I have one year left on my contract, so I take that with overwhelming calm, and she adds more details to the current press.
Hegerberg, who won the Ballon d’Or in 2018, has been linked to Barcelona for a long time. She does not want to express her opinion about the possible future in the Catalan team.
– I’ve been in such situations before, and I’m well used to it. Now I’m looking forward to focusing on playing well for Norway.
Last year’s European Football Championship ended before it started, after a loss in the pool, and an embarrassing 0-8 defeat to England. Now the soccer girls have a lot to prove, if Hegerberg is to be believed.
– We have to impress, and we are all ready to do our best for people.
Leon’s new owners
Lyon, Hegerberg’s current club, acquired new owners earlier this year. In this regard, a change of direction was announced, which Hegerberg also confirmed. However, she can disclose that the new owner has not contacted her management team.
– I’ve been in touch with Michelle, the new owner. But the club hasn’t been in touch with my clients about an extension yet, says Hegerberg when asked by VG.
Wanted by Graham Hansen
The person who would like to comment on a possible transfer is fellow national team member Caroline Graham-Hansen. She was a key player when Barcelona won the Champions League, and would have liked Hegerberg to be in the team.
Ada is a very good player. Everyone knows Ada can score a lot of goals, so I think she can contribute a lot. Always say yes thanks to people who can score a lot of goals, says Graham Hansen.
The FIFA World Cup kicks off on July 20, with Norway having the honor of opening the tournament against host country New Zealand.
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