Ferrán Jutglà: “Everything is going very well”

Bruges (Belgium), 3 Oct. Brujas’ Spanish striker Ferrán Jutglà celebrated that the start of the season with his new club is going “very well” and facing tomorrow’s Champions League duel against Atlético de Madrid, he appealed to maintain the level shown in the 0- 4 against Porto.

“They have made everything very easy for me and when they make it that easy for you, well… I have given my best and, at the moment, everything is going very well,” said Bruges’ star signing.

The 23-year-old Barcelona footballer is signing a dream start to the season. He has six goals and 9 assists in the national championship and another goal in the Champions League, in the 0-4 against Porto in which he was chosen man of the match.

Jutglà said that this success in adapting is a consequence both of the club’s welcome, which made it easier for him to find a home, be comfortable and study English, as well as the support of his teammates and captains and his own mentalization work.

“A quick adaptation or not depends on many factors. Before coming here I studied English to come prepared and to know a little of the language, because it was the fundamental thing. Later, I also prepared myself physically, to be aware that I was going to be here alone, away from home, which was another methodology because here in Belgium it is different”, he explained.

“I had to mentalize myself and prepare for all that, be positive and venture that I would give my best and that they would help me, as the club has done, and everything has gone very well,” summed up the Brugge forward, leader of his group in the Champions League group.

Facing the duel against Atlético de Madrid, the striker assured that it is necessary to maintain the level that Brugge showed in Porto, because otherwise that good performance would have been useless.

“It was a very good game, for the whole team. It gives us a lot of confidence and puts us in a good position, but it’s no use if we don’t respond in the next games. We showed a very high level but it’s no use if we don’t maintain it in the next games “, said.


From his brief time with Xavi as coach on the Barcelona bench, Jutglà takes away “the coach’s confidence that he was ready.”

“When I had to enter Barcelona, ​​it was a time when there were many emergencies in the team in everything and the truth is that the people who came from below were not expected,” he said.

“They gave me confidence and I responded,” he said.


Asked about the Copa del Rey duel that Jutglà played against Atlético de Madrid in 2018, when he played for Sant Andreu, he looked back, fondly recalled that 0-1 defeat and promised that tomorrow he will try “to do better”.

“I was playing in the third division, at San Andreu, and for us at that time, for the players who were in amateur football, to put it in some way, well, you see the elite far away and when you play against them you say ‘holy shit’ , this is the elite, playing a Copa del Rey match against players of the highest level”, he recalled “I have very nice memories and of course I want to do better”, he concluded. EFE



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