FC Barcelona News: 11 June 2014; Dani Alves Open to Joining Paris Saint-Germain, Ronaldo Praises Lionel Messi

Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno

Barcelona's Dani Alves not ruling out PSG switch | Sky Sports
[Alves] told ESPN Brasil: "I think PSG are a great club and I love to play for great clubs, that's what I dream of. "I want to play for clubs that are able to provide me with challenges. PSG are a great club. If I ever have to leave Barcelona, PSG are a real possibility for me."

Ronaldo: Messi already a legend without World Cup - Goal.com
Brazil legend Ronaldo has dismissed the notion that Argentina captain Lionel Messi needs to win the World Cup to be considered a football legend. The four-time Ballon d’Or winner has won every honor with his club side Barcelona in Spain and is widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time at the age of 26.

Sergio Busquets: adapting to Brazil's climate is crucial | FC Barcelona
The 13 FC Barcelona players selected for their respective national teams are two days away from starting their bids for the World Cup. Spain, with seven Barça players, arrived in Brazil on Monday from the United States, and this Tuesday Sergio Busquets, along with Diego Costa, talked to the press.

Ramos to get new Madrid deal | Football Espana
Sergio Ramos will be offered a new contract by Real Madrid that will make him the club’s third-highest paid player. Marca reports that the terms of the defender’s renewed deal will see him moved behind only Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale in the wage stakes, a reflection of Ramos’ importance at the club.

Atletico Madrid to play in India as part of link up with team in Kolkata | Sky Sports
La Liga champions Atletico Madrid will travel to India for a pre-season friendly in August ahead of the inaugural Indian Super League which is set to kick-off in September. The Champions league finalists are joint owners of the Kolkata franchise in the eight-team league along with two Indian businessmen and former Indian Test captain Saurav Ganguly.

Real Sociedad chief: Arsenal in talks to re-sign Carlos Vela - Goal.com
Real Sociedad president Jokin Aperribay says Arsenal is in talks to bring Carlos Vela back to the Emirates Stadium this summer. The Mexican striker made the switch to the San Sebastian outfit in 2012, though the Gunners included a buy-back clause in his sale that allows them to re-sign Vela for a fee of just 4 million euros.

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