Barcelona board members, coaches and players were present during the premiere of the new Amazon Prime Video series called “FC Barcelona: A New Era”.
The likes of Joan Laporta and Xavi Hernandez have already given their verdict on many issues including Lionel Messi’s triumph with Argentina. But in another media interaction, Barcelona’s young duo Pedri and Ansu Fati have offered their thoughts on the series.
“I think people will enjoy the documentary. People can get to know us from the inside and know what we do day to day,” Fati said about the documentary, which will cover the timeline between Barcelona’s 8-2 defeat to Bayern Munich to the club’s pre-season under Xavi.
Pedri echoed the same thoughts, adding, “I think fans will love this new documentary. I haven’t seen it yet, but I’m happy and it’s funny because I want to see what I’m going to look like.”
“Yes, I think that this documentary contains things that people are not used to seeing. They will see them with passion, unlike us. We will see what we do daily,” Pedri added.
Even though the Barça youngster is yet to watch the show, he insisted that the series is something he is looking forward to watching. “I am excited to see myself, am I going to do something crazy? I am happy with this thing that they have made,” he said.
After offering his thoughts on the series, Pedri talked about Barcelona’s preparation while revealing that he is delighted to have returned to training.
“I always like coming home, training with people I get along with, happy to come back here with a great desire,” he said.
Fati, too, echoed similar emotions, adding, “I am happy to come home and train with my colleagues, and now the remainder of the season remains, and we are happy to face it and continue.”
Pedri also spoke about Barcelona’s upcoming derby against Espanyol and insisted that it will be a nice way for the fans to spend New Year’ Eve at Camp Nou.
“Now we have a nice meeting for the fans here on a beautiful day that falls at the end of the year. I think it will be wonderful for everyone,” Pedri said.