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FC Barcelona News: 18 November 2016; Internationals Back in Training, Barcelona Deny "Messi Clause"

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Seven internationals return for today's training | FC Barcelona
Luis Enrique continues to get his international players back in this weeks training ahead of the LaLiga game against Málaga. In the fourth session of the week, seven players rejoined the group from their respective national teams and started preparing for the visit of the Andalucian team. Ter Stegen, Sergio Busquets, Denis Suárez, Leo Messi, Mascherano, Digne and Sergi Roberto were the players who arrived back from international duty today.

No 'Lionel Messi clause' in new Barcelona sponsorship deal - Arroyo | FC Barcelona
Barcelona have denied that their new four-year, €220 million sponsorship deal with Rakuten contains a "Lionel Messi clause" and hinges on him staying at the club. Vice president Manel Arroyo said that was not the case and reiterated the club's expectation that the Argentina forward will end his career at the Camp Nou.

FC Barcelona and the triumph of dreams | FC Barcelona
The moving piece has been put together to mark the 10th anniversary of the collaboration between the FC Barcelona Foundation and UNICEF and was shown at an event to mark the date that was attended by FC Barcelona first vice president Jordi Cardoner and president of the UNICEF committee in Catalonia, Anna Folch.

Rafinha meets the U14A team | FC Barcelona
Rafinha Alcántara arrived at La Masia when he was only thirteen, which is the exact same age as the youth team players who he visited on Monday. The Brazilian paid a surprise visit to the U14 players coached by Carles Martínez and he trained and spoke to them.

FC Barcelona Museum preparing for 30 millionth visitor | FC Barcelona
The FC Barcelona Museum is about to receive its 30 millionth visitor after receiving 1.9 million visitors so far in the 201/16 season. The museum has become an iconic part of Barça, and to celebrate this milestone. beginning on 18 November visitors will find a button by the entrance of the museum and will press it to see if they are the visitor number 30 million.