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FC Barcelona News: 4 September 2015; Neymar Injured in Brazil Training, Arda Turan Adds Assist in Turkey Draw

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Neymar limps off pitch during Brazil training - reports - ESPN FC
The Barcelona forward grabbed his right knee after shooting 20 minutes into training before limping off the training pitch in New Jersey, reports said. According to TV3, Brazil manager Dunga decided not to risk the player for the rest of training and told him to rest.

Vermaelan starts as he makes winning return to Belgian national side | FC Barcelona
Thomas Vermaelen's excellent start to the season at Barça has been echoed with his form for his national side. After an absence of 14 months, the defender not only returned to the Belgian national squad but also started the match against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Luis Enrique back to head training at Ciutat Esportiva | FC Barcelona
After two days training with FC Barcelona B, the first team trained Thursday without the reserves on Field 2 at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper. But the big news was the head coach Luis Enrique was back after attending Wednesday's UEFA Elite Club Coaches Forum in Nyon, Switzerland.

Marc Bartra excited at the challenges ahead | FC Barcelona
The Barça defender revealed: "I am working with great enthusiasm to be able to return the confidence that Del Bosque has shown in me." He continued: "I am excited, the challenges are coming and the excitement as well. It is an exciting challenge to try and be at 200% to improve and grow."

Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo in Griezmann sights - ESPN FC
Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann wants to solidify his status as one of La Liga's top scorers and dismissed rumours he is unhappy at the club. Griezmann, 24, finished with 22 league goals in 37 appearances in 2014-15 to help the Rojiblancos clinch third place and a spot in the Champions League group stage.

Angel Correa can't wait to join Lionel Messi for Argentina - ESPN FC
Atletico Madrid's young striker Angel Correa says he can't wait to evade defenders along with his Argentina teammate Lionel Messi because "he is the best in the world." Correa is enjoying his first senior team call-up for Argentina for a pair of friendlies in Texas and admitted he was in awe of the Barcelona star.

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