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FC Barcelona News: 2 September 2017; Deadline Day Passes, Barcelona B Earn Point

FC Barcelona v Chapecoense - Joan Gamper Trophy Photo by Alex Caparros/Getty Images

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu facing potential no confidence vote | Sky Sports
Bartomeu has been criticised over a number of issues during his tenure, including the settlement of a tax fraud case surrounding Neymar's signing, the sale of the Brazilian to Paris Saint-Germain this summer and Barcelona's struggles to secure the signing of Philippe Coutinho.

Liverpool wanted €200m for Philippe Coutinho - Barcelona director Soler | ESPN
"A price of €200m and we decided we wouldn't do it. That's an example of the way football is now. This club and this board will not get involved in that, though. What's happened in the transfer market this summer has taken us to a totally different model of football which we're not used to."

Barcelona failure to land Philippe Coutinho sums up humiliating summer | ESPN
It bordered on downright forehead-slappingly ludicrous at times. Liverpool were extremely clear from the start, stating their position on Barcelona's overtures for Philippe Coutinho. "No, you can't have him," was their message. As simple as that.

Barcelona fail in late bid for PSG forward Angel Di Maria - sources | ESPN
Barcelona failed to complete a sensational deadline-day move for Angel Di Maria, making a last-ditch effort to sign the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder after finally giving up on Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, sources have told ESPN FC.

Barcelona's Soler dismisses reports of Messi contract stand-off | Goal
Messi agreed an extension running to 2021 in July, but has yet to put pen to paper, with the 30-year-old reportedly waiting to see the club's transfer dealings following the departure of attacking partner Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain in a €222 million move.

Dembélé put to the test: From which club did FC Barcelona sign these top French stars | FC Barcelona
We decided to put the new signing to the test and ask him if he knows from which clubs ten of Barça’s best known French imports were signed. Not only does he pass the test with flying colours, but also throws some further insight into these different players, some of whom he knows personally, some of whom he watched as a child and some of whom helped France win the 1998 World Cup, when Dembélé was a mere baby!

Club reach agreement for Munir's loan move to Alavés | FC Barcelona
Munir el Haddadi debuted with FC Barcelona aged 18 in Luis Enrique’s first ever starting eleven. Barça played Elche in the 2014/15 La Liga and he scored on his debut. He starred for the U19A side that won the UEFA Youth League in the 2013/14 campaign in which he scored an audacious goal from the halfway line. The striker has played 45 games for FC Barcelona with a record of 33 wins, seven draws and five defeats. Moreover, Munir has scored a total of ten goals.

Match Report: Granada CF v FC Barcelona B: Battling draw (2-2) | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona B secured a valuable point at the Nuevo Estadio Los Cármenes against Granada CF (2-2). A fabulous strike from Ruiz de Galarreta and another from the youngster Abel Ruiz cancelled out Joselu’s penalty and Pedro Sánchez’s strike for Granada. The blaugranas didn’t give in when they went behind and their second half performance ensured they got something out of a tough away fixture.

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