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FC Barcelona News: 31 October 2017; Barcelona Train in Greece, Ter Stegen Talks Up Leon Goretzka

A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and transfer rumors

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Match preview: Olympiacos v FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
Just one win from any of FC Barcelona’s three remaining games in Champions League Group D would almost certainly guarantee passage to the last sixteen. The first of those chances comes in Piraeus on Tuesday night (8.45pm CET) against an Olympiacos side that’s still looking for its first points.

Training at the Georgios Karaiskakis stadium in Athens | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona work out in the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium in Athens ahead of Ernesto Valverde’s team’s match against Olympiacos at 8.45pm CET on Tuesday. The game is the fourth round of the Champions League group stage and if the blaugranas win they could book their place in the round of 16.

Valverde: Athens means a lot to me | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona face their fourth game of the group stage of this season’s Champions League on Tuesday when they take on Olympiacos in Athens (8.45pm CET). The Greek side need a victory if they are to have any hope of making the knock out stages and the Georgios Karaiskakis Stadium will be a cauldron of noise for a game that also sees a return to the city for Ernesto Valverde.

This is why you should be stoked for Barça's match at Olympiacos | FC Barcelona
We've got the current standings, match info, quick stats, and live guide, all in one place!

Thomas Vermaelen could be key for Barcelona against Olympiakos | ESPN
There were 581 days between Thomas Vermaelen's last two Barcelona games. But the Belgian might not have to wait as long to make his next appearance for the club, which could come on Tuesday against Olympiakos, just seven days after he came in from the dark to take his place in the starting lineup against Real Murcia in the Copa del Rey.

Goretzka to Barcelona? Ter Stegen says Schalke star is ready for a 'top club' | Goal
Marc-Andre ter Stegen says Leon Goretzka is ready for “one of the top European clubs” as the Schalke star sparks interest from the likes of Barcelona. The 22-year-old midfielder has become one of the most sought-after talents in world football on the back of his displays for club and country.

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