Some players value their cars, others their houses or pet but for Barcelona midfielder, Arturo Vidal he loves his mohican and has revealed that he won’t get rid of his distinctive haircut until he hangs up his football boots.
The Chilean has explained that his ultimate target is to lift the Champions League trophy, but isn’t making any kind of promises as to what he’ll do to celebrate if he does win it.
“I will cut my mohican when I retire,” he told those at a press conference prior the game against PSV Eindhoven.
“Clearly my dream is to win the Champions League, but that has nothing to do with my style.”We are working on that and it is very important to not concede goals if we want to opt for all the titles.
“We come with great confidence and we want to offer a nice show.”Barcelona have spectacular players, but little by little I am becoming important.
“We have many intense games in row and we hope that all the injured players will recover soon, so that Barcelona will be stronger.”Ernesto Valverde’s side will face the Dutch team on Wednesday at 21:00 CET.