An uncle of Antoine Griezmann blamed Lionel Messi for the problems of his nephew in Barcelona.
In the summer of 2019, the Frenchman joined Barcelona, but his time at Camp Nou was a disappointment.
Much speculation surrounds his relationship with Messi, and these revelations do not imply that it is a successful one.
But what I would tell is that they’re not working hard enough. Some players are built to fit the training sessions. It’s obvious that there’s not enough hard graft going on.
“Antoine needs to work, even though others don’t have to do anything to feel nice.” These revelations come on the back of ex-French football advisor Eric Olhats offering his similarly negative impression of the Argentine in the “France Football” journal. “He feels he knows everything,” Olhats said.
“He’s both an emperor and a dictator, and he didn’t like Griezmann coming to the club. He doesn’t like Griezmann coming to the club.” “He runs a terror regime.
You’re either with him or against him.” Olhats also said that Messi is “as brilliant on the field as he’s bad off it,” before remembering a moment last season when he wouldn’t pass or speak to Griezmann.
His attitude was awful and people saw that. It made it difficult to settle for Griezmann, “he said,” The whole thing has had some serious consequences.