關於訓覺：Off the pitch, the Argentinian spends his time sleeping. A little too much, since Leo spends nearly 12 hours per day in the arms of Morpheus. Sleep which as a child, could be justified by his hormonal treatment (sleep allowed him to regenerate its cells), but today has become a necessity.
“If you don’t get him out of bed, the games can begin without him,” says Fernando Signorini, the former physical trainer of the Argentine. An idea supported by the half-sister of the genius, Marisol: “He is happy when he sleeps. But when you ask him to get up, he gets annoyed. Even going out for a walk is tiresome.”
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關於輸波：[Becoming a father] has changed everything. He [Thiago] comes first then everything else. It has also changed the way I see a match. Before if I lost or did something wrong I didn't talk to anyone for three or four days, until it passed. Now, I come home after a game, I see my son and everything is alright.
Interview with CONMEBOL, 2015