The match will take place at the Bernabeu, but Freixa says Barca would have allowed the game to take place at theirs.
“If they had asked, we would have accepted,” he told Cadena Cope. “I, at least, would have said yes.
“We would not go to such a low level that we would not let a rival play at our stadium,” Freixa added, alluding to last season when Real Madrid refused to contemplate letting Barcelona face Athletic Bilbao at the Bernabeu.
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