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FC Barcelona News: 19 January 2018; Sergi Roberto Contract Extended, Aleix Vidal Transfer Close

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2018 Copa Del Rey Football Espanyol v FC Barcelona Jan 17th Photo by Pedro Salado/Action Plus via Getty Images

Sergi Roberto and FC Barcelona agree contract renewal through to 2022 | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and Sergi Roberto have reached an agreement on a contract renewal, which will keep the player at the Camp Nou through to 30 June 2022. His buyout clause has been set at 500m euros. The date and venue for his official contract signing event will be announced in the coming days.

Vote for Gerard Piqué’s best moment at FC Barcelona | FC Barcelona
Pick your favourite of the moments we have selected from the centre back’s Barça career so far, in celebration of his contract renewal through to 2022.

Barcelona lose unbeaten run but no obituaries as Valverde plots return to winning ways | ESPN
A lot can change in 153 days. In fact, a lot can change in three days, as Ernesto Valverde regularly points out when encouraged to get carried away by Barcelona’s brilliant season so far. But despite being nine points clear at the top of the league, 19 ahead of Real Madrid (who are fourth) and safely through to the Champions League knockout stages, Valverde refuses to get giddy. Instead, he prefers to centre in on football’s more capricious qualities.

Vidal close to Sevilla return | Football Espana
Barcelona defender Aleix Vidal is moving closer to re-joining Sevilla this month as the club’s continue to negotiate, say reports in Spain. The 28-year-old initially joined the Blaugrana from the Andalucian club in the summer of 2015 for a €28m which included add-ons.

Barca soften Rafinha stance | Football Espana
Barcelona are willing to sanction the loan of midfielder Rafinha Alcantara to Inter with an obligation to buy, say reports.Earlier this week, Diario AS stated the Catalan giants value the midfielder at €40m with the Milanese club only willing to pay half that, with negotiations shifting to a loan deal with an obligation to buy.