Barcelona Player Denis Suárez Could Still End The Season By Winning Five Trophies
Denis Suárez might have endured a poor time at both Arsenal and Barcelona this season, but it can't be all bad if he wins five trophies by the end of it, right?
Well, the 25-year-old Spanish midfielder could look forward to that possibility depending on how the rest of the season plays out.
According to Sport, the Barça player already played his part in the Spanish club's Supercopa de España triumph at the beginning of the season, not to mention featuring in the squad in La Liga during their title-winning campaign.
The Spain international has also featured four times in the Copa del Rey, with Barcelona to face Valencia in the final of the competition towards the end of this month.
Of course, the La Liga champions are also in the semi-finals of the Champions League and hold a 3-0 aggregate lead over Liverpool after their first-leg victory at the Camp Nou earlier this week.
And yes, Suárez played for Barcelona in the Champions League before he moved to the Gunners in January, having made appearances against Spurs and PSV Eindhoven during the group stages of the competition.
Of course, let's not forget that Arsenal have their eye on reaching the Europa League final and have already picked up a 3-1 victory over Valencia in the first leg of their semi-final clash at the Emirates Stadium.
So, yeah, it's not all bad for Suárez.
Suárez's season-long loan at Arsenal was cut short after he picked up a groin injury in the Premier League side's Europa League clash against BATE Borisov in February.
With the Spaniard back in Catalonia to start rehab, he made the announcement on Twitter that he would not be playing again this season.
"Today [Monday], I want you to know that I will not play again this season," he said.
"Some problems in the pubis have complicated my work since the game against BATE Borisov in [the] Europa League in February and now they force me to stop.
"The conclusion is that I cannot continue to force more and I have started a treatment that is incompatible with the competition.
"I feel that all the effort and sacrifice that I made to come to Arsenal has not had the expected result and you cannot imagine the anger I feel, but health comes first.
"I want to thank again such a great club for trusting me, although things have not gone as the two parties dreamed."
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