Beauvue: “At Celta they wanted to screw my life”

first_imgThe French striker Claudio Beauvue criticized in the last hours the treatment received by the Celta de Vigo leaders in his last months at the club, from which he broke up last January to sign for his eternal rival, Deportivo de la Coruña. “Some people because they have money and power They wanted to screw me up, but I have a family and I decided to put up with it. They even told my colleagues not to follow me on Instagram, “denounced the attacker in an interview on the Riazor.org portal.Beauvue signed in January 2016 for Celta, who paid just over five million euros for his transfer to Olympique de Lyon. Three months later, the achilles tendon ruptured, causing him to be out for almost ten months.After two transfers – Leganés and Caen -, last summer he decided to return to Vigo, although Celta leaders ordered, firstly, Fran Escribá and later Óscar García Junyent, not to line up the footballer for his refusal to leave again on loan. “They told the coach not to talk about me even though he wanted to line me up. Every time they met, he said that he needed a footballer of my characteristics, but those in charge didn’t want to see me playing. I’m not surprised. Before, they have already done other players badly, “he lamented.To Beauvue, at odds with Celta’s general manager Antonio Chaves, it seems “crazy” the measures that the leaders of the Vigo club take with those footballers who do not want to renew or leave on loan. “It hurt me, but I loved my Celtic teammates, so I tried hard to help them until my last day”, declared the striker, who recalled, laughing, that Aspas had not just seen his signing for the eternal rival.last_img