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FC Barcelona News: 29 March 2018; Full Squad Back in Training, Lucas Digne Injured

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The rest of the international players return to training | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona trained this Thursday with all the players available from the first team. On Wednesday, André Gomes and Cillessen were the first internationals to return, and on Thursday, the other players who had represented their countries joined them. The session took place on the Tito Vilanova pitch, with Leo Messi working with the group for part of the session and Barça B’s Aleñá making up the numbers.

Valverde: ‘I’m calm about Messi’ | FC Barcelona
Ernesto Valverde spoke about the current situation of the first team after the international break and noted: “We don’t know too much about the physical condition of Messi and Ter Stegen, but this Thursday they will undergo medical tests to assess their status.”

Lucas Digne out for three weeks | FC Barcelona
The first team player Lucas Digne has returned from international duty with France with a muscular problem. The tests carried out on Wednesday have confirmed that he has a thigh injury in his left leg which is expected to keep him out for around three weeks.

The schedule of the contenders for the league title | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona will face the final stretch of the League season 11 points ahead of Atlético Madrid, 15 in front of Real Madrid and 16 ahead of Valencia. The top three teams are still alive in European competition, and will also play those games during this part of the campaign. Marcelino’s side, by contrast, will only have domestic commitments to attend to.

Welcome to Barcaland: How Barcelona deliver their global message | ESPN
This week, the club brought together 45 of their schools and camps in Barcelona, with 1,900 boys and girls spread across 172 teams taking part in 600 games, with the finals for each age group held at the Mini Estadi on Thursday.

Ajax’s Justin Kluivert wants Barcelona ‘dream’ move | Sky Sports
Kluivert has reportedly been the subject of interest from numerous Premier League sides, including Manchester United, and although he admits he would be keen on a move to another club, his foremost desire is to play for Barcelona.