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A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors
Pedri contract extension to 2026 – FC Barcelona
The new contract ties down the player from the Canary Islands for the rest of this season and a further 4 years. The official signing will take place on Friday 15 October, with the following schedule:
Ronald Araujo right hamstring injury confirmed – FC Barcelona
Tests undertaken this morning confirmed that first team player, Ronald Araujo, has a right hamstring injury, making him unavailable for selection. The medical team will monitor how his injury evolves.
Most internationals back in Barcelona – FC Barcelona
The first team squad trained this morning on pitch 2 at Ciutat Esportiva. Those involved in the training match on Wednesday against Cornellà did post-match recovery work this morning.
When and where to watch FC Barcelona v Valencia – FC Barcelona
La Liga returns to Camp Nou with Barça welcoming Valencia after the international break. Always a great watch, Koeman’s men will be looking to get back to winning ways after defeat last time out in the league.
HB Koge 0-2 FC Barcelona: Six out of six in Europe – FC Barcelona
Agoal from Fridolina Rolfö in the 63rd minute and an injury time clincher from Jennifer Hermoso split the teams, but it could have been so much more. Barça let their hosts of the hook time and time again, but are heading back from Denmark with three more points in the bag.
Barcelona target Raheem Sterling opens door to a move abroad – Football Espana
Raheem Sterling has opened the door to a move abroad as his future increasingly appears as if it’s away from Manchester City. Barcelona, who share close ties to the English club, look to be the best-placed to secure his signature.
Josep Maria Bartomeu blames covid-19 above all for Barcelona’s ruinous financial state – Football Espana
Josep Maria Bartomeu has broken his silence and defended the government he led at Barcelona in an interview with Diario Sport. It’s the first time he’s spoken on the matter almost a year to the day from his resignation on October 27th, 2020.


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