The Argentine replaced Tito Vilanova last month, and the defender has admitted that it has taken some time to get used to the tactician – something they have tried to do on the Asian tour.
“We’re adapting to what the boss wants, today was difficult to adapt to the conditions, but we played a good match,” he told reporters.
The Spain international then remarked on the club’s bid to sign a new centre-back, whilst also commenting on Lionel Messi and Neymar.
“That’s the work of the technical secretary, but the players who are here now are good enough to defend the team throughout the season.
“They are two players of the highest quality, one of them is the best player in the world, and the other will bring a lot to the team.”
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