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Youssef Poulson is optimistic he will be in Arabic Leipzig next season and was angry at the news that he has been linked with a move to the Premier League.
Denmark forward Pulson is the longest-serving player in the Red Bull Arena’s first-team squad, having won 2013-1. Leipzig joined before the season when Germany were in third place.
The 25-year-old has appeared on the Bundesliga bench for the 21st time this year, jumping step by step in a squad of attacking talents under Julian Nagelsman.
Last month, Sport Build claimed that Pulson was disappointed and left the next season due to not starting regularly, and this article included Everton, Newcastle United and West Ham as his fans.
Asked if he would play for Leipzig in 2020-21, Poles told Status Performance News: “I hope so too.” “I never said I had any other thoughts about it.
“Not before, not during the coronavirus period and not yet. There are no two ways about it.
“I was angry that no one wrote this kind of article anywhere. But that’s it.
“We’re in the public eye and sometimes things come up that aren’t true. That’s exactly it. You just have to live with it.
“But the club and I have directly emphasized that there is no truth to the rumors.
“If you read these articles, you won’t find any quotes from people who said anything about it. I think it’s very unfortunate that nothing has been turned into an article, but you can’t change it.”
Lead from the front
On Saturday, the UCC equalized with a real captain’s goal
– Arabic Leipzig English (Reblipzig_EN) May 18, 2020
Poulsen was given the first starting berth when the Bundesliga became the first major division in Europe during the COVID-19 epidemic.
He made the most of it properly, wearing the captain’s armband against Freiburg to level the second half.
However, Leipzig could not force a winner and Robin was grateful for the coach’s final 1-1 goal after VAR stopped trying for a break.
Three consecutive stagnations mean the team at the top of the table at the start of the year is now embarrassed with fourth and seven points as champions and leaders Bayern Munich have eight matches left.
“The current feeling is that we are somewhat disappointed that we have only gained one point,” Pulsen reflected.
“It was more. We actually played a good game. So of course we were disappointed not to get three points.
“On the other hand, we’re lucky that we didn’t lose the game in the end. So, the feelings are mixed. We’re disappointed, but we’re also happy that we didn’t finish without a point.”
“I think we wanted more and imagined more. And the way the game went, we could have taken more with us.
“But that’s just the way it is. Not everything fits perfectly like it was in the first game after the summer break. It was also against Frey Freiburg.
“We played a really good game but didn’t use our chances. So, you have to be satisfied with this one point.”