The Tenerife footballer Ayoze García He assured this Tuesday that since he arrived at United States to continue his professional career in 2013 has seen racism in there.

The Canarian player, who is in IndianaHe said that he lives closely the anti-racist demonstrations and riots after the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Police and affirmed that there is “a lot of vandalism”. “They break everything,” he said in statements to Radio Club Tenerife.

The former player of CD Tenerife and the Sporting de Gijón He said “racism has been the order of the day” since he came to the United States and that he has received many calls from family and friends to find out if he is okay.

About the President of the United States, Donald Trump stated: “He washed his hands with COVID-19, so imagine now. He looks overwhelmed and does what he feels, very impulsively. “