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FC Barcelona News: 5 April 2015; Barça Ready to Take on Celta Vigo, Carles Puyol Recovers from Knee Injury

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Match Preview: Celta de Vigo v FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
How things have changed. Barça are back in first place and will walk into Balaídos on Sunday night — after besting Real Madrid the second time around, 2–1 at Camp Nou two weeks ago — with hopes of extending a four-game winning streak and maintaining a relatively sturdy four-point lead in La Liga.

Luis Enrique lauds Celta's fine season | FC Barcelona
The run-in to the end of the season is upon us, and Luis Enrique is staying cautious. "All games are important" he said at his Saturday press conference. "It makes no difference if they come before or after an international break. From now on, there won’t be any easy opponents. Celta will be dangerous because they need points and the championship is getting near to the end."

Carles Puyol training as Barcelona legend 'bids to come out of retirement and return to action' - Mirror Online
Barcelona and Spain legend Carles Puyol has started training in a bid to come out of retirement, according to reports in Spain. The 36-year-old defender played his final game for Barcelona last May after 15 years at the club - as retirement was forced upon him due to a knee injury. But Mundo Deportivo now report that Puyol is back in training and could return to action should he be offered a deal.

Tottenham targeting bosman-bound Barcelona star | thisisfutbol.com
According to reports from The Metro this afternoon, Tottenham are hoping to sign Barcelona winger Ibrahim Afellay on a free transfer this summer when his Nou Camp contract expires. Barcelona signed the Netherlands international for €3million in January 2011, after claiming 23 goals in 76 Eredivise appearances in the space of three years at former club PSV, in addition to the 2007 Dutch Footballer of the Year award.

Inter offer Pedro-Kovacic swap? | Football Italia
Inter may be looking to swoop for Barcelona's Pedro, according to reports, with Mateo Kovacic offered in exchange. The Nerazzurri are expected to sell at least one major player at the end of the season as they look to fall in line with FIFA's Financial Fair Play regulations, and the Croatian is among the candidates for a departure.

Neymar: Barcelona vs PSG in the Champions League will be a real 'spectacle' | Daily Mail Online
Barcelona star Neymar feels his team's Champions League tie with Paris Saint-Germain will prove a real footballing 'spectacle'. The Brazil international is expecting more fireworks following Barca's win over Barclays Premier League champions Manchester City in the last 16 of the competition.

Ronaldo: I'd pay my own money to buy Messi - Goal.com
Brazil legend Ronaldo claims he would splash his own cash to bring Lionel Messi from Barcelona to Fort Lauderdale Strikers. Messi has lit up La Liga for over decade and, since the turn of the calendar year, has been in fantastic form for Luis Enrique's side as the Catalans have returned to the summit in the Spanish championship.