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Barcelona will not risk Messi against Inter, assures Valverde

06 November 2018, 10:13 | Anna Jefferson

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He only returned to training on Wednesday and did not feature in Saturday's 3-2 LaLiga victory at Rayo Vallecano but Barcelona have named him among their outfield options for a key clash at San Siro.

"The latest results reinforce that and this will be a good opportunity to see if we really can play on a par with Barcelona, who represent the highest level of difficulty in football. What is sure is that we won't take any risks". "Of course, it is necessary for Messi to recover".

"He's happy to be with us, and we're happy to have him here in Milan".

"We organised ourselves in his absence". His is the shirt that children who dream of being footballers ask for", said Spalletti, "but Barcelona have shown that even without him, they still have the mentality to develop their game, which is what makes the difference.

The defending champions got to the scoresheet when Luis Suarez scored from Jordi Alba's cutback eleven minutes into the match.




Spalletti added: "He's a complete player, he needs to be evaluated carefully because he's had injuries, he can also be a defensive midfielder, that is where he started".

Only last month, the pressure mounting on Valverde was not incomparable to that felt by Julen Lopetegui at Real Madrid.

Inter need a win to all but book their passage to the last 16 in a group which also includes Tottenham and PSV Eindhoven.

"In the last few years it has been hard for us to win away from home, but at Wembley [against Tottenham] we played a great game and we hope to repeat it". We are calm, as we are first in La Liga and our Champions League group, but we have to improve in defence. We know we have to improve, but the important thing is the goal difference.



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