Jeremy Mathieu has said he has a point to prove to Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu and sporting director Robert Fernandez over the way his summer exit from the club was handled.
The defender faces his former club in the Champions League at the Estadio Jose Alvalade on Wednesday and was asked whether he would celebrate a goal against them.
He told Marca: “I have a lot of respect for my former teammates and the fans.
“If I celebrate, it will be because of Bartomeu and Robert Fernandez, because the way they treated me made things really difficult.
“It was just those two. But that’s football, and I’m happy now. I’m not bothered any more.”