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Barcelona News

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

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The 30-year-old midfielder believes they have a squad strong enough to compete for every title this season and believes Luis Suarez will fit in well at the club
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The sporting director says the Uruguayan was the club's main priority to replace Alexis Sanchez and feels he will be able to cope with pressure of playing for the Catalan club
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Goal readers have backed the Santiago Bernabeu side to emerge victorious this season after they had to settle for third spot last term
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The prolific attacker admits he never imagined he would wear the famous Blaugrana shirt and is desperate to move on from this summer's biting incident
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After the striker's big-money move to Barcelona, the manager revealed his desire to add a proven forward to his ranks but wants his entire team to chip in with goals
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The Croatia international has little doubt that the prolific attacker will prove to be a fine addition, while Luis Enrique has called on his players to dominate matches
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Two of last term's top five forwards have jumped ship but, with Luis Suarez and Mario Mandzukic added into the mix, expect goals to come thick, fast and from all over in 2014-15
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The Spaniard played a part in all three goals in the win over Burnley and his new boss feels Chelsea will reap the benefits of deploying him in his correct role
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The Brazilian full-back could complete his transfer to the Primera Division giants by the end of the week, though his current club want to keep him on a loan deal

Monday, August 18, 2014

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The Uruguayan came on to play the final 15 minutes as the Blaugrana beat Leon 6-0 on Monday, but didn't feature alongside the Argentine on his Camp Nou bow
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The Brazil star has been out of action since suffering a back injury in his nation's World Cup quarter-final victory over Colombia, but is fit and ready to return
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The Portuguese star was nominated to do the viral charity craze by Darren Fletcher, while the Brazil international asked Camilo Zuniga to follow his lead
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Barcelona have splashed more cash than anyone in Europe thus far, with Liverpool second, Real Madrid third and Chelsea in fifth
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COMMENT: The Uruguay forward is set to make his debut alongside the Argentine on Monday night and the two could hold the key to the club's success under Luis Enrique
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Spain's Primera Division kicks off again this weekend with three teams in the mix for the title in what promises to be another fascinating campaign. But who will come out on top?
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With just over two weeks until the 2014 market closes, how are Barcelona, Real Madrid, Juventus, Chelsea and Europe's biggest sides faring?

Sunday, August 17, 2014