Barcelona’s middle back Clement Lenglet has revealed that the presentation of the five-replacement rule as a player is favorable. The number of games that will be played absent a lot of space between them, combined with travel and warm temperatures, means that this will enable many footballers, to despite the fact that Barcelona coach Quique Setien trusts it could neutralize him.
Lenglet addressed Movistar (via Marca) about the new five-replacement rule. He said he doesn’t have the foggiest idea of whether the new five replacements are going to affect the team.
“We don’t have a clue whether it will affect us,” Lenglet said when asked Movistar about the new five-replacement rule.
“Ideally, the player should profit by it as we will have a lot of games in the sun each month and a ton of travel. “We’ll bolster the footballer, we’ll see [about how it helps] Barcelona. “We realize it’s a gamble to play so many games with a two-month break and sun, yet we’ll plan as best we can.”This will be a new 11-match league and we’ll have to get as many focuses as we can to qualify. It resembles starting over again,” Lenglet added.