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FC Barcelona News: 16 May 2015; Preparations Continue for La Liga, Three Youngsters Set for Promotions

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Preparations continue for Sunday | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona kept up with their preparations for Sunday's visit to the Vicente Calderón, where they'll face Atlético de Madrid at 7.00pm*. A win clinches the league title for Barça. Luis Enrique had the full team at his disposal on Friday. Munir El Haddadi, from Barca B also took part. Luis Suárez, however, worked out alone on the side.

Gerard Piqué: Chance to win treble doesn't come around often | FC Barcelona
Gerard Piqué is a man who knows Barça inside out, a man who since returning to the Club has seen great successes but also trophies that have slipped away. It’s for that reason that the blaugrana centre back reveals that he is "enjoying immensely" this season. "To have the chance to win the treble at this point in the season doesn’t happen often. You have to go through tough times and this team is bombproof," added Piqué.

Neymar moves past record of Rivaldo and Eto'o | FC Barcelona
Neymar continues to produce his best form in a Barça shirt with the season entering into its decisive phase. With his two goals in the Allianz Arena against Bayern in the second leg of the Champions League semi-finals, the Brazilian now has 37 goals in all competitions this season.

Atlético de Madrid - FC Barcelona Quiz | FC Barcelona
Put your knowledge to the test ahead of Sunday’s game between Atlético de Madrid and Barça.

Gundogan quiet on Barca spotting | Football Espana
Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan has refused to deny whether he was in Barcelona ahead of a possible January transfer. The Germany international was spotted in Catalonia on Monday for reasons unknown, but he responded to the speculation with a simple ‘no-comment’. "I have nothing to declare," he maintained to Bild.

Trio given Barca assurances? | Football Espana
Barcelona have reportedly given Sergi Samper, Sandro Ramirez and Munir El Haddadi assurances that they will all be promoted to the first team next season. The trio enjoyed senior action earlier in the season, with Munir even earning a Spain cap for his performances in the autumn, but they have ended the campaign fighting for Segunda survival with the B team.

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