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FC Barcelona News: 3 July 2018; Brazil Duo Reach Next Stage, Barcelona Close to Announcing Double Swoop

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Coutinho and Paulinho, into the quarters | FC Barcelona
Two more blaugranes are into the quarter finals of the Russia World Cup as the Brazilians Coutinho and Paulinho join Croatia’s Ivan Rakitić, Uruguay’s Luis Suárez and France’s Umtiti and Dembélé. The Brazilians comfortably defeated Mexico 2-0 at the Samara Arena.

Barcelona plan to announce Lenglet and Arthur in the coming days | Sport
A week and a half before the beginning of their pre-season, Barcelona seem eager to conclude and announce the signings of Clement Lenglet and Arthur Melo. They are set to meet the Sevilla defender’s 35 million euro release clause and Ernesto Valverde will welcome him to his squad.

Lenglet tells Sevilla: I’m joining Barca | Football Espana
Sevilla defender Clement Lenglet has informed the club he is joining Barcelona and a move should be complete this week, say reports. The Frenchman has been linked with a move to the Catalan giants all summer and reports across the Spanish press state a move is imminent, with Sevilla signing Red Bull Salzburg defender Duje Caleta-Ca in his place.

Barca ‘meet with’ Adrien Rabiot | Football Espana
Barcelona Director of Football Eric Abidal has met with the mother of Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot, according to reports. El Mundo Deportivo cite a report from France Football that former defender Abidal held a meeting with the midfielder’s parent, with a possible view to a summer transfer.

Barca eye move for Antonio Adan | Football Espana
Barcelona are considering a move for Real Betis goalkeeper Antonio Adan, according to reports in the Spanish press. Adan, 31, has been the first-choice at the Seville-based club since joining from Cagliari in 2014 but looks set to exit this summer.

Monaco sign Barcelona teenager Navarro | Goal
Monaco have announced the signing of Barcelona teenager Robert Navarro as the Ligue 1 club continue to focus on young talent. The 16-year-old attacking midfielder, who has played for Spain at youth level, is described by Monaco as “a great hope of his generation”.