Barcelona Star Ousmane Dembele Once 'Trashed Jurgen Klopp's House' While At Borussia Dortmund

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Ousmane Dembele has finally committed his future to Barcelona by signing a new two-year contract with the Catalan giants.

Dembele, 25, had been linked with a move away from Barcelona this summer after coming to the end of his previous contract at the Nou Camp.

The France international is now preparing for his sixth season with Barcelona, having joined the La Liga side from Borussia Dortmund back in 2017.

During his final months in Germany, Dembele risked the wrath of Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp after reportedly ‘trashing’ a house he was renting from German, which he still owned from his time as Dortmund manager.

German outlet BILD reported that Dembele left the property in ‘chaotic’ condition after he sealed his dream move to Barcelona.

Images at the time showed bin bags thrown in the garden, while furniture and clothing in the property had not been properly looked after – reportedly leaving Klopp furious.

Dembele moved from Dortmund to Barcelona in 2017 (Image: Alamy)
Dembele moved from Dortmund to Barcelona in 2017 (Image: Alamy)

Despite that brief falling out, Klopp did not hold a grudge against Dembele and even suggested he would consider signing the winger back in 2018.

“Is he on the market? Now I’m interested,” Klopp said at the time.

Liverpool were also linked with Dembele earlier this summer when the winger was available on a free transfer. 

But he has now committed himself to Barcelona as they prepare for the new season.

Dembele insists it was always his intention to remain at the Nou Camp despite a breakdown in contract negotiations earlier this year.

“I’m pleased with this renewal,” the France international told Barcelona’s website.

“Barca was my dream club since I was little and I am looking forward to a new season and doing everything for this club. Barca was always my first option, and we are all happy and eager to start.

“Barca always has to be up there challenging for titles, and my dream is to win the Champions League.

“I will do everything, work hard for the boss on the pitch and hopefully this will be a big year for me and Barca.”

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