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FC Barcelona News: 25 June 2014; Barça Confirm Claudio Bravo Signing, Neymar Rewriting Record Books

Jamie Squire

Agreement for Claudio Bravo to join FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
Claudio Bravo, 31, is coming to Barça after eight seasons playing for Real Sociedad, and also captaining the Chilean national team. The new keeper came through the Colo-Colo youth system, making his first team debut in the First Division, at 19 years old, in 2002. He played for the Chilean team until 2006, when he signed for the Basque outfit.

Claudio Bravo, Chile captain offers agility and experience | FC Barcelona
Claudio Andrés Bravo Muñoz (Viluco, metropolitan region of Santiago, 1983) has been a renowned goalkeeper at both club and international level for Real Sociedad and Chile. He started out at Colo-Colo, making his first official appearance in 2002 when he was still only 19 years old. In 2006, he headed for Europe and Real Sociedad.

Neymar setting Brazilian records | FC Barcelona
Neymar has so far bagged four goals in the tournament, leading the goalscorers’ list ahead of Valencia (Ecuador), Benzema (France), Müller (Germany), Van Persie and Robben (Holland), who have all scored three.

Eight Barça players on plane home from Brazil | FC Barcelona
As the World Cup comes to the end of the group stages, eight Barça players are already on their way home after their countries failed to make the knock out rounds.

Exclusive interview with FC Barcelona legend Evaristo | FC Barcelona
The author, playwright and sports journalists, Nelso Rodriguez, once said: "The ball is a miserable, small and ridiculous detail. What we look for in football is drama, tragedy, horror and compassion." Echoing these words is the legendary FC Barcelona, Flamengo and Brazil man Evaristo de Macedo.

Zidane to coach Real B team | Football News | Sky Sports
Zinedine Zidane has taken his first steps into management, taking charge of Real Madrid Castilla as of next season. The former Madrid midfielder spent last season as one of Carlo Ancelotti's assistant coaches and proved to be a lucky charm, as the club lifted the Champions League for the first time since 2002, when the Frenchman's sensational volley against Bayer Leverkusen delivered the trophy.

Sevilla sign Daniel Carrico on a permanent basis from Reading | Sky Sports
Sevilla have taken up the option of turning Daniel Carrico's loan agreement from Reading into a permanent transfer. The Portuguese midfielder moved to England from Sporting Lisbon in January 2013, but struggled to make an impact as relegation out of the Premier League was suffered in his first season at the Madejski Stadium.

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