Bellerin agrees Barca move - reports | Football Espana
Barcelona have all but agreed a deal with for the transfer of Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin, state multiple sources in the Spanish press. According to RAC1, Diario Sport and El Mundo Deportivo, the 22-year-old full-back has informed his former club of his intention to return this summer and all that remains is a financial agreement with the North London club.
Three Catalan teams to play in First Division next season! | FC Barcelona
Girona FC’s promotion to the Spanish First Division for the 2017/18 season means that for the first time in 11 years there will be three teams from Catalonia — Girona, RCD Espanyol, and FC Barcelona — in the Spanish top flight. The last time such a situation occurred was in the 2006/07 season following the promotion of Gimnàstic de Tarragona, which lasted only one season before being relegated back to the Second Division.
Turan quits Turkey national team after assault, Messi snubbed from Champions League team | FOX Sports
Turkey captain Arda Turan announced his retirement from international football on Tuesday, hours after being kicked out of a training camp by coach Fatih Terim for allegedly verbally and physically abusing a journalist.
Gerard Pique: Copa del Rey parade showed Real Madrid struggles | ESPN
Gerard Pique has told Movistar the day people see Barcelona "on a victory parade for winning the Copa del Rey" would be the moment to conclude that Real Madrid "have entered a dominant cycle." Zinedine Zidane's Madrid beat Juventus in the Champions League final on Saturday -- their fifth trophy since appointing him as coach last January.
Man United named most valuable club by Forbes as Real Madrid fall to third | ESPN
Manchester United have been named the world's most valuable football club by Forbes for the first time in five years. United were valued at $3.69 billion by the American business magazine, ahead of Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Wembley25 commemoration with events-packed Saturday at Camp Nou | FC Barcelona
This weekend, FC Barcelona is holding a series of special events to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the club’s first ever European Cup title, which came at Wembley Stadium in 1992. Among the happenings are a full day Wembley25 Festival at Camp Nou, a tribute to the heroes of Wembley including a ceremony and match, and a series of talks in the days leading up to the tribute. Tickets are free online and at the Camp Nou ticket office.