Dani Alves to leave FC Barcelona this summer | FC Barcelona
"This is personal decision that the club has to accept" said the FCB technical secretary, explaining that the Brazilian extended his contract for one season at the end of last season, thus ensuring cover while the club was unable to bring in new players due to the FIFA suspension, but that the possibility of his departure had already been discussed during those negotiations.
Dani Alves exit from Barcelona leaves a huge void for Luis Enrique - ESPN FC
The silence has been telling. Dani Alves' Barcelona career -- and what a career -- looked to be drawing to an end 12 months ago. Completely off his own back, he gave a news conference at the club's Ciutat Esportiva training ground where he said the odds on him staying were not good.
The greatest moments in Dani Alves's career at FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
It's the end of Alves's eight seasons with the Club, during which he piled up titles and awards, and became the foreign player with the second most matches played in Barça history, trailing only Leo Messi. Alves won six La Liga titles, three UEFA Champions League titles, four Copa del Rey titles, three UEFA Super Cup titles, four Spanish Super Cup titles, and three FIFA Club World Cup titles — that's a jaw-dropping 23 titles overall while donning the Blaugrana shirt.
FC Barcelona thanks Dani Alves for his contribution to the Club | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona express their gratitude to Dani Alves for the eight years that he has been at the Club during which he has helped it to become bigger and better. Since he arrived from Sevilla in 2008 from Sevilla, he has become the foreign player with the second most appearances as a Barça player and he has won 23 trophies with FC Barcelona.
Dani Alves pens thank-you message to Barcelona fans - ESPN FC
Barcelona right-back Dani Alves sent a heart-felt goodbye to his social media fans on Thursday, but promised that he would one day return to the Catalan club. Shortly after he posted his message, Barcelona also issued a formal goodbye to the Brazilian star, who spent eight seasons there.
Robert Fernández: Neymar will stay and be here for many years | FC Barcelona
He responded to questions about various names who are being bandied about as possible arrivals at the Club, as well as players who are staying or leaving. One such case was that of Neymar. "Neymar will stay. He will reach an agreement with Barça and he will be here for a long time. The Club will make it public when the extension is to be made," assured Robert Fernández, quelling any possible rumours to the contrary about the player.
Luis Suárez: Nine golden moments for a Golden Shoe winning number nine | FC Barcelona
Luis Suárez has been the standout player this season at FC Barcelona. The Uruguayan has played arguably the finest football of his career and his 59 goals in 53 games, a personal record, have spurred the team to no fewer than four major trophies.
FC Barcelona lead the way in numbers at Euro 2016 and Copa America | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona have more players than any other club in the world appearing at the two major international competitions taking place this summer: the European Champìonship in France and the Copa America Centenario in the United States.
Lionel Messi tells Barcelona court he 'knew nothing' about his finances | Sky Sports
Messi and his father Jorge Horacio Messi are accused of using a chain of fake companies in Belize and Uruguay to avoid paying taxes on 4.16m euros (£3.23m) of Messi's income earned through the sale of his image rights from 2007-09.
‘Messi should be acquitted’ | Football Espana
Raquel Amado, representing the prosecution in Lionel Messi’s trial for tax evasion, recommends the Barcelona forward be acquitted. Mundo Deportivo reports Amado saying in court on Friday, the last day of the trial, that as there is no way to prove the Argentina international knew of the schemes to allegedly evade more than €4m tax in image rights, he should be acquitted.
Transfer news: Barcelona win race for Brazilian prodigy Caio Emerson - Goal.com
Barcelona have brokered a deal with Brazilian outfit Corinthians to sign 17-year-old prospect Caio Emerson. The striker was the top scorer as his club won the national Under-17 Cup, and his performances put him on the radar of Chelsea and Manchester City.
Barcelona and Real Madrid made 140m in La Liga TV cash in 2015-16 - ESPN FC
Barcelona and Real Madrid both received €140 million in TV money during the 2015-16 season as La Liga began to move towards a more equal revenue-sharing model. The figures, published in AS, show that Spain's professional clubs shared a total of €1.2 billion from audio-visual rights, which represents an increase of almost €400m on the previous season.
Argentina's Javier Mascherano - 9th in Copa Rank - ESPN FC
A fixture for both Barcelona and Argentina, Mascherano is one of the top defensive players in the world. His understanding of the game borders on perfection, and typical praise for his game centers around his ability to disrupt the opposition's attacks and his excellent passing.
Rafinha injury news | FC Barcelona
The FC Barcelona medical services have made a statement concerning the injury to first team player Rafael Alcántara, 'Rafinha'. The blaugrana midfielder was forced to leave the Brazilian national team’s training camp and now he will not take part in the Copa América due to hamsting injury in his right leg. The player will receive treatment in Barcelona over the next 10 days.
Marc Bartra future at Barcelona uncertain - Carles Puyol - ESPN FC
Barcelona defender Marc Bartra's future is uncertain, his representative and former Blaugrana teammate Carles Puyol has admitted. La Masia graduate Bartra has been a first-team squad member at Barca for six years, playing more than 100 senior games, but without ever really nailing down a first-team spot.
Neymar Jr and Michael Jordan together in United States | FC Barcelona
After winning the double with FC Barcelona and before joining the Brazilian Olympic squad for a game in Rio, Neymar Jr is enjoying a trip to the United States. He made a point of visiting Citi Field, where the New York Mets were hosting the Chicago White Sox. He also had the chance to meet NBA legend Michael Jordan.
WATCH: Justin Bieber and Neymar play keepy-ups in music star's back garden | Football News | Sky Sports
Bieber, 22, has held an interest in football since a young age, and has been pictured wearing the strip of Everton, Barcelona and Chelsea in the past. Bieber trained with Barcelona in 2011 when he was 17, with the club's official website reporting he showed "surprisingly decent skills with his left foot".