Luis Suarez: How Barcelona forward ended Messi and Ronaldo's dominance of Spain's scoring charts - Eurosport
With 37 goals scored so far, four more than Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo, and with one La Liga game remaining, Suarez is on the verge of clinching the Pichichi award as the top scorer in La Liga in a match that will see Barca lift back-to-back titles with a win. Since the 2008-2009 season, when Diego Forlan won it for Atletico Madrid, the award has gone to either Ronaldo or Lionel Messi.
Barcelona and Real Madrid set for more last day drama in La Liga - ESPN FC
Although Spain's football brinkmanship dates back to the 1920s and teeters on the edge every few years, it is particularly apt that this season sees Barcelona, who have a one-point lead with one game to go, staring into the whites of Real Madrid's eyes.
La Liga news: Barcelona & Madrid title showdown already hotting up - Goal.com
Talk about possible incentive payments and maletines (briefcases - presumably filled with cash) to the other teams involved has already started in Spain. "Maletines? No gracias" said Sport on its front cover on Tuesday. "Briefcases? No thanks." And the Catalan newspaper added: "The three ex-Barca players at Granada, [Isaac] Cuenca, [Ruben] Rochina and [David] Lomban are clear: incentive payments don't exist."
History on FC Barcelona's side | FC Barcelona
The Catalans head into the final match day of the 2015/16 season involved in a two-horse race with Real Madrid for the La Liga title. It had been a three-horse race for weeks, but when Atlético fell at Levante on Sunday they cleared the way for sporting's chief rivalry to clash for one final time this season.
A season of records at Camp Nou | FC Barcelona
The goal-fest means that Barça end their home campaign with their second best ever scoring tally. The 104 goals scored in 29 matches in all competitions is runner-up only to the 2011/12 campaign by Pep Guardiola’s side who managed 113.
Barcelona may opt to sell Neymar, says Terry Gibson | Sky Sports
With plans to upgrade the Nou Camp having recently been unveiled, speculation surrounding the club's finances and their ability to retain their star attacking trio - dubbed the 'MSN' - have been the subject of debate. And, speaking on the La Liga Weekly podcast, Gibson claimed the stock of Neymar, compared to that of Messi and Suarez, could lead a financially-stretched Barca to cash in.
Man City set to sign Barcelona wonderkid Poveda - Goal.com
Manchester City are set to strike a deal with Barcelona to sign England-born wonderkid Ian Carlo Poveda, Goal understands. Poveda, 15, is currently on loan at Championship side Brentford but City are confident of striking a deal to incorporate the talented wideman into their youth ranks.
La Masia youngsters paid inspiring visit | FC Barcelona
The players of La Masia were visited by Francesco Messori, captain of the Italian Amputee National Team, who provided some wise words of encouragement. Francesco was born without a right leg, yet has managed to overcome adversities through his humility and hard work, a story which he was keen to share to the people of La Masia.
Espai Barça exhibition opens at the Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya | FC Barcelona
A special exhibition designed to give a closer look at the Espai Barça finalists opened this Tuesday at the Col·legi d’Arquitectes de Catalunya (COAC). The exhibition delves into all the finalists' proposals for the New Camp Nou and the New Palau Blaugrana.