Sempreinter FCIN: Montoya to Inter imminent
According to Rai Sport Martin Montoya to Inter from Barcelona is imminent. Montoya will move to Inter on a one-year loan fixed at one million euro, with mandatory redemption to be exercised in a year to eight million. The signing is expected in the coming hours, meanwhile the medical has been set for Tuesday.
Right back Martin Montoya (24) will have medical tests at Inter tomorrow. One-year loan worth 1M, plus 8M buy obligation. [rai via fcin]— barcastuff (@barcastuff) June 29, 2015
'Unstoppable alien' Lionel Messi would humiliate me at Barcelona training – Carles Puyol - Goal.com
Carles Puyol has revealed the humiliation he would suffer at the hands of an "unstoppable" Lionel Messi during training sessions in their time at Barcelona. The former Barca captain retired from the game in 2014 after he and Messi shared six league titles and three Champions League crowns with the Catalan club.
Dani Alves laments Brazil's lack of control | FC Barcelona
Dani Alves’ Copa America 2015 came to an end last night after Brazil were knocked out by Paraguay on penalties and the Barça wing back spoke to the media after the defeat: "we should have had more possession in the second half, we read the game wrong – we should have been able to control it. The defeat is own to the whole team not to any one player".
Bartra to stay at Barca | Football Espana
The Spanish Press claim Marc Bartra has decided to stay at Barcelona this summer, despite a clause which allows him to leave for a cut-price fee. The defender confirmed after Spain’s recent friendly against Costa Rica that he could leave for just €12m as he did not play enough games for La Blaugrana last season.
Denis Suarez Barcelona block blessing in disguise - ESPN FC
Denis Suarez could be forgiven for feeling let down this month. Despite suggestions that a Europa League-winning season at Sevilla would be capped off with a dream chance to play for the team who went one better when it comes to European trophies, the youngster has just learned that he will not be making an early return to FC Barcelona.
Germany and ter Stegen out at UEFA Under-21 | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-André ter Stegen and his Germany U-21 national team will not be in the final of the 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championship being held in the Czech Republic after being eliminated in the semi-finals by Portugal.