Alen Halilovic signs till 2019: "It's a great day" | FC Barcelona
Alen Halilovic signed a five year deal at the Club this morning. The Croatian, who will be 18 in June, will begin his time at the Club with Barça B. FC Barcelona reached agreement in March with Dynamo Zagreb and Alen Halilovic for a 2,2 million Euro transfer, which could rise with first team appearances.
Deulofeu is one of the youngest ever players to debut with Spain | FC Barcelona
If Gerard Deulofeu plays against Bolivia in Spain’s friendly on May 30, he’ll become the second youngest Barça player to play for the Spanish national team, behind Bojan Krkic, who made his debut aged 18 in 2008. The Catalan winger played 29 games with Everton last season and was recalled to the Barça first team squad by Luis Enrique after a year’s loan at the Toffees.
Luis Enrique signed a five-year contract with FC Barcelona 18 years ago today | FC Barcelona
18 years ago today Luis Enrique signed for FC Barcelona. On May 27 1996, the current first team manager signed a five-year contract with the Club, until 2001. Lucho, a Real Madrid player between 1991 and 1996, ended up playing for FC Barcelona for eight years, until 2004. When Luis Enrique signed his contract, he stated: "I’m satisfied. In this case there were no problems because the player and the Club wanted the same thing. Everyone is happy."
Fifth anniversary of the Rome Champions League | FC Barcelona
Barça were not able to call on Abidal, Márquez and Alves in the final, but Guardiola’s team deactivated Cristiano Ronaldo, the Red Devils’ biggest weapon. Samuel Eto’o, on 10 minutes, scored the opening goal. 60 minutes later it was Leo Messi who made it 2-0.
Sevilla coach Unai Emery set to sign new Sevilla deal | Sky Sports
Sevilla coach Unai Emery has announced he will sign a contract extension with the Spanish outfit on Wednesday, ending speculation of a possible move to AC Milan this summer. Emery has been strongly linked with a move to the San Siro outfit to replace current boss Clarence Seedorf.
Florentino Perez says Carlo Ancelotti future at Real Madrid never in doubt - ESPN FC
"[Ancelotti] was never out -- not him nor me," Perez said. "The season was good. To win is better and can strengthen difficult situations, but that was not the case. We have a project, we are going to keep improving everything but we need time and calm to do that."