Lionel Messi signs new deal through 2020/21 season | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi signed on Saturday morning a new contract that will keep the Argentinian superstar at the Club through the 2020/21 season. The buyout clause was set at €700m. Thus, by the time the new deal expires, the 30-year-old striker will have spent 17 years with the first team.
Vote for the Greatest Moments in Lionel Messi's career | FC Barcelona
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Decisive goals at Mestalla | FC Barcelona
Valencia-Barça has historically been a game requiring a huge effort from the blaugrana. The fact is that the matches at Mestalla force FC Barcelona to play to their maximum, and sometimes the winning goals haven’t arrived until the final moments of the game.
Resurgent Valencia to have credentials tested when Barcelona visit Mestalla | ESPN
First he got injured, pulling a muscle at Real Sociedad; then he got suspended, sent to the stands at Espanyol. On Sunday night, when Valencia play their most important game of the season so far, a match that will go some way to defining who they are, they'll be without their most important man.
Leo Messi receives the fourth Golden Shoe of his career | FC Barcelona
The award ceremony took place in the Antiga Fàbrica Estrella Damm in Barcelona and Messi was quick to highlight the help he received to win the coveted boot: “Individual prizes always come from the collective and this award is for everyone because without my team mates I would not have scored the goals that I did.”
Arsene Wenger says Arsenal's Mesut Ozil has not agreed to join Barcelona | Sky Sports
Asked if Ozil had already agreed terms with the Catalan club, Wenger said: "No. What kind of control can I have over that [speculation]? All these people have agents who can talk to anybody. That doesn't disturb people, that happens all through their career."