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Antoine Griezmann was booked by Bercelona fans upon his arrival at Cuitat Esportiva for training today.
Recall that Bercelona asked Griezmann, and some other players to take a pay cut so as to accommodate the registration of Messi and other signings. Griezmann with some other players like Umtiti, Pijanic and Alba among others refused to take a pay cut thereby making it impossible to sign Messi.
This didn't go well with some fans as they gathered early in the morning to boo and trow things at him.
Below is a picture of fans booing him in front of Barca's training ground.
Fans have reacted to this new, calling Bercelona to order. Some sympathized with Griezmann, while some it wasn't his fault.
Below are some screenshots of comments below.
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