Barcelona striker shares his discontent with the dressing room over playing time: report

The last few weeks have been difficult for Barcelona, ​​considering that their chances of lifting any trophy at the end of the season are practically nil.

But this campaign has especially taken its toll on Vítor Roque, who has been forced to watch his team’s shortcomings from afar, with minimal influence to impact games.

Having arrived for €40 million from Athletico Paranaense in the January transfer market, Roque’s time in Barcelona has not gone exactly to plan.

His integration into the team has been met with setbacks, as the coaching staff gave him minimal playing time, leaving both him and the club disappointed.

Roque wants more minutes

According Sports world Vítor Roque confided to his closest friends in the locker room that he hoped to have more playing minutes with the team this year.

Roque knew he would need some time to adapt and would learn under the tutelage of Robert Lewandowski.

However, it goes without saying that the coaching staff’s refusal to trust him when the team needed a goal has infuriated the 19-year-old Brazilian, as befits an ambitious player.

It is also important to note that his initial adaptation to the city did not get off to a good start, as he lived in two hotels before finally locating a house in Barcelona.

Demand loan movement

Given the current circumstances, a loan exit is the most likely scenario for Roque as things stand.

Naples, Lyon, Nice, Sevilla, Man United and Real Betis are some of the elite teams interested in Vítor Roque’s loan.

Given that Roque has barely had a glimpse of European football, the opportunity to further hone his skills at a major club before joining Barcelona appears to be the most feasible solution.