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Barcelona defender Clement Lenglet has reportedly refused to leave the club as part of a swap deal that would have seen the defender join Roma and midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini head to the Camp Nou.

The France international is said to have “no intention of entering into any operation” and his “only intention is to continue at Barcelona,” according to Roger Torello at Mundo Deportivo.

Pellegrini is a player who has been linked with Barcelona since the Catalans missed out on Georginio Wijnaldum. The Dutch midfielder has joined Paris Saint-Germain on a three-year deal.

Roma could sell Pellegrini this summer as he is out of contract in 2022. The Italy international has a release clause set at €30 million and has also attracted interest from Liverpool and Atletico Madrid, according to Fernando Polo at Mundo Deportivo.

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Lenglet Determined To Stay At Barcelona

Speculation over Lenglet’s future does not come as a surprise as the center-back endured a tough 2020-21 campaign with Barcelona. The 25-year-old struggled for form and was part of a backline that looked vulnerable throughout the campaign.

Barca has already moved to bring in center-back Eric Garcia from Manchester City on a free transfer, which will increase competition for places in defense, and may also add another defender if finances allow.

Players such as Sevilla’s Jules Kounde, Manchester City’s Aymeric Laporte, and Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt have all been rumored to be wanted by the Catalan giants this summer.

Lenglet signed a new contract in October 2020 that runs until 2026 and spoke about his future at the club after the end of the 2020-21 campaign in an interview with Eurosport. He said, “I can’t see myself leaving. I signed a new contract last season. I will be at Barça next season.”

Pique Takes Pay-Cut To Stay?

The Frenchman is not the only defender facing an uncertain future at Barca. Samuel Umtiti is also available for sale but the club has reportedly received “hardly any offers” for the World Cup winner.

Gerard Pique does look like staying on but could “restructure” his contract, as reported by Marca. The center-back missed large chunks of last season with a knee injury but “hopes to become a key player for the Blaugrana once again” in 2021-22.

Coach Ronald Koeman has some tough decisions to make over how his defense will shape up next season following the arrival of Garcia. The Dutchman also has youngsters Ronald Arauajo and Oscar Mingueza available who both shone in 2020-21.

Barca finished last season using a system of three center-backs which brought initial success, including victory in the Copa del Rey, but looked vulnerable once again in the final weeks of the campaign as the team’s title hopes faded after some poor results.

Garcia will be hoping for regular football after leaving the Premier League champions and returning to Barca, while Araujo will also be pushing hard for a place in the starting XI after some strong performances last season.

Both players will be in international action over the summer. Araujo has been called into the Uruguay squad for the Copa America, while Garcia is with the Spain squad for the 2020 European Championship. Lenglet is also away with the France squad for the Euros but faces a real battle for playing time due to the quality of Didier Deschamps’s squad.

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Science says: Leave the best experience at the end of your vacation

Usually people look forward to their vacation and look forward to all the happy moments they will experience during this period. Sometimes the holidays are really like that, other times they leave the tourists with complete disappointment.

However, it turns out You have some control over what memories you will have after your vacation is over. If you want to have happy moments in your mind, Leave the best experience at the end of the holiday.

According to what is known in psychology The rule of supreme and end, People determine an experience by its zenith (the most extreme point, positive or negative) and its outcome. It may seem very logical to base judgment on the arithmetic mean “sum” of all experiences, but the human brain simply does not do so.

The rest of the information from the experience is not lost, but is not used in the creation of memories.

According to two psychologists, the authors of Destiny – Daniel Conman and Barbara Frederickson, apply Any event with a clear beginning and clear end – Such as leave (but not even a doctor’s visit or a work day).

When One of the studies Kahman immerses participants in cold water (14 degrees) for 60 seconds. Then he keeps doing the same, but after 60 seconds let them dip their hand for another 30 seconds, this time raising the temperature to 15 degrees.

Surprisingly, when asked which experiment they would like to repeat, most participants opted for the latter, even though it provided a longer stay in cold water. The reason, according to Kahnemann, is the preferred memory of the end of a long experience (mild warming of water).

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When Another test Participants had to wait for the computer program to serve. For some, at the end of the wait, the queue suddenly went faster than expected. Although both groups were unhappy most of the time waiting, finally those with a good memory (moving the tail) described the overall experience as interesting.

Daniel Conman, Israeli psychologist who won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 2002 for his research in the field of behavioral economics (the study of decision-making policy through the prism of emotional, cultural and psychological factors).

If you use his theory, you will realize that you do not have much control over the peak of your vacation (there is no way to know whether it is positive or negative), but at least you can go to the end of some of your favorite actions to make sure you return home with wonderful memories.

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