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FC Barcelona News: 28 June 2016; Spain Eliminated from Euro, Claudio Bravo Wins Award

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Barcelona must take care of Messi after heartbreaking Argentina exit -
"I had never seen him so destroyed," Sergio Aguero told reporters shortly after Chile confirmed their second successive Copa triumph over Argentina on penalties. Messi had once again dragged his team to the decisive match, but just as in 2015 the vagaries of the shoot-out and fate itself intervened.

Dani Alves officially presented by Juventus | FC Barcelona
Dani Alves is now officially a Juventus player. The Barça right back from 2008 to 2016 decided to put an end to his time in Catalonia and try something new – and his chosen destination is the Old Lady of Turin in Italy’s Serie A.The club’s official media has been following events, starting with his arrival at Caselle airport on Sunday and followed by his medical and the signing of his new contract.

Farewell Dani Alves - Messi's chief assistant and the best full-back in Barcelona's history -
Sometimes you don't know what you've got until it's gone. Many Barcelona fans love to criticise Dani Alves for lapses in defence or for his constant crossing, yet often overlook his virtues. And now that he has left, they may just realise how brilliant he was.

Italy put Spain out of Euro 2016 | FC Barcelona
Euro 2016 has come to an end for the four Barça players in Vicente del Bosque’s Spain squad. The team chasing an unprecedented third European title in a row have crashed out to Italy in the round of 16. A poor first half performance proved to be Spain’s undoing, and although there was a vast improvement after the break, they were unable to turn any of their chances into goals.

Claudio Bravo wins Copa America Golden Glove | FC Barcelona
The Copa America is over and Claudio Bravo has captained Chile to the second title in a row, beating Leo Messi and Javier Mascherano’s Argentina on penalties after the final had ended scoreless after 120 minutes. The Barça keeper was one of the heroes of La Roja’s performance, making a spectacular save in extra time and then denying Lucas Biglia in the shootout to clinch the special centenary edition of the oldest international tournament in world football.

Ex-Barcelona president Joan Laporta suffers setback in Neymar deal case - ESPN FC
Former Barcelona president Joan Laporta has hit a setback in his attempt to challenge the club's agreement with local tax authorities over the signing of Neymar. Barca signed Neymar from Santos in 2013 but allegations followed that the complex transfer had been designed to hide the true cost of the deal.

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