Transfer news: Barcelona set to sell Halilovic to Hamburg - Goal.com
Barcelona and Hamburg have reached an agreement to sell Alen Halilovic to the Bundesliga club. Goal can confirm that the Croatia international will move to Germany for a fee worth €5.5 million, after Barca's effort to keep him in Spain failed when Valencia talks broke down because of his wage demands.
Barca, Suarez talking for new deal | Football Espana
Barcelona and Luis Suarez are talking about a new contract and the belief is the forward will be renewed without much of a fuss. Sport reports it is Barca who have led the talks as the club realised Suarez should be placed on the same level, salary-wise, as Neymar - that is behind only Lionel Messi.
Marquinhos 'happy' to be linked with Barcelona but PSG unlikely to sell - ESPN FC
Paris Saint-Germain defender Marquinhos said he is flattered by reported interest from Barcelona but believes the French champions are unwilling to sell him. Marquinhos, 22, has plenty of admirers around Europe but he has found it difficult to dislodge his Brazilian compatriots Thiago Silva and David Luiz from the PSG starting XI.
Barcelona and Real Madrid cult of signing best players can be a problem - ESPN FC
What do you get the man who has everything? It often seems like teams have to sign in the summer, or feel like they have to. But sometimes there's really not much point. And although that doesn't always stop them, maybe this is one of those times.
FC Barcelona and Qatar Airways extend sponsorship agreement | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and Qatar Airways have extended their main sponsorship agreement for one more season, until 30 June 2017, under the same conditions as their current deal.Qatar Airways, one of the fastest growing airlines in the world in recent years, has doubled the frequency of its flights to Barcelona and Madrid since it started sponsoring FC Barcelona in 2013.
Vice-president Arroyo: The best for the Club is to think long-term | FC Barcelona
"Barça deserves a sponsorship deal of which we would all be clear of its aims and we were advised it was best to extend the same contract to continue working in the same way we had done up until now, professionally and rigorously. There will be who will not understand it, but we have decided that the best for the club at the moment is to think long term."