Frenchman’s team-mates are keen to ease the pressure on him following difficult start after £138million transfer
Ousmane Dembele has been given a personal chef to stop him eating fast food, according to reports in Catalonia.
The Frenchman, 20, joined Barcelona in a transfer which could eventually cost up to £138m.
However, since the move he has been forced to deal with numerous setbacks, and even his team-mates have tried to help him gain confidence.
Mundo Deportivo report the club are pampering him to help ease the pressure.
Dembele is currently living in a smart home, where he has every comfort, but Barcelona have taken measures to ensure he avoids eating fast food.
They have placed a personal chef at his disposal, who will prepare meals which contain a fine balance of all the nutrients he requires.
He also has a personal bodyguard, and the club’s doctors and physios make regular visits to his home.
Dembele arrived as a replacement for Neymar, but after just four matches he tore his hamstring and faced four months out.
On his return he suffered another setback and the…