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FC Barcelona News: 22 February 2018; Focus Back on La Liga, Arthur Talks Barcelona Move

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The Messi-Iniesta connection at Stamford Bridge | FC Barcelona
The connection between Leo Messi and Andrés Iniesta has made history again. The Argentinian got the equaliser on Tuesday night at Stamford Bridge and the goal came off a wonderful assist from the first team captain. It was a goal that broke a ‘curse’. After 730 minutes of trying, Messi had finally scored against Chelsea, and in doing so set things up nicely for the return leg at the Camp Nou.

VOTE: Who’ll go through to the quarterfinals of the Champions League? | FC Barcelona
Only eight teams will be in the next round of the biggest European club competition. Now that all the first leg games in the Round of 16 have been completed, make your prediction and tell us who you think will qualify.

Barcelona in talks over selling Nou Camp naming rights | Sky Sports
The club have confirmed they are in negotiations with two or three companies over the rights, which are thought to be worth more than £250m. It forms part of Barcelona’s plans to renovate the stadium, their home since 1957, and the surrounding area at a total cost of just under £500m.

Arthur: My Barca move is on track | Football Espana
Gremio midfielder Arthur has confirmed his move to Barcelona is on track’ but he has not yet signed a deal with the Catalan giants. The 21-year-old has made 52 first team appearances for the Brazilian club and was a key part of his side’s squad in their run to the Copa Libertadores.

FC Barcelona opens 2018 with record-breaking numbers on social media | FC Barcelona
Barça opened the new year with stunning engagement figures on social media, coming in ahead of every other sports club in the world. In the month of January, Barça’s posts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram generated 181 total engagements, which are defined as the sum of user interactions, or clicks, such as retweets, replies, follows, likes, and shares, among others.