- Roberto Soldado has slammed Koeman for his celebration against Granada
- The 35-year-old Spaniard was not happy and called the Barcelona coach a clown
- Barcelona came back from two goals down to win the Copa del Rey encounter
Granada striker Roberto Soldado has berated the ways Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman celebrated his side's win in the Copa del Rey thereby calling the Dutchman a clown.
Barcelona were super incredible in the Copa del Rey against Granada in which they the Catalans came from two goals down to win the encounter which sent them to the semifinal.
Roberto Soldado who played for Premier League side Tottenham before moving back to Spain was not happy with the way Ronald Koeman acted during the encounter.
According to the report on UK Sun, Roberto Soldado was so sad and disappointed with the way Ronald Koeman celebrated his side's win.
"He's a moron, he's a moron. You are a clown, you lack humility."
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Lionel Messi who is the captain of Spanish giants Barcelona is ready to take five chiefs of the club to court over how his contract was leaked to the public in what the Argentine was not happy about.
The Argentina international is entering the final months of his contract at the Nou Camp as Barcelona chiefs continue to fight for him to sign a new deal.
Over the weekend, El Mundo was said to have published full details in Lionel Messi's contract in which the development brought out the anger in the player and he is ready for legal battle with those behind the leakage.
Lionel Messi is aware that only five Barcelona chiefs have access to details of his contract and he is ready to drag them to court.
Also, Legit reported how Ronald Koeman who is the current gaffer of Spanish side Barcelona made it clear that he is not sure of Lionel Messi would sign a new contract at the Camp Nou this season.
Lionel Messi is currently spending the last six months of his contract at Barcelona with top clubs like Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain interested in the Argentina international.
The Argentine has never played for any other club before in his career and Ronald Koeman explained that it won't be nice to see Messi playing for another side.