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FC Barcelona News: 4 August 2018; Barcelona Announce Arturo Vidal and Moussa Wague Signings

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Agreement with Bayern Munich for the transfer of Arturo Vidal | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and FC Bayern Munich have reached an agreement for the transfer of player Arturo Vidal. The agreement is for the next three seasons and is pending the medical examination that the player will undertake over the course of the next few days.

Valverde: ‘Arturo Vidal will give us energy and a strong presence’ | FC Barcelona
With Futbol Club Barcelona less than 24 hours away from its third and final match of the 2018 International Champions Cup — versus the Italian side AC Milan on Saturday night at 5 PM Pacific time — manager Ernesto Valverde appeared before the media at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara to answer questions from reporters on a wide range of topics.

Eight things you may not know about Arturo Vidal | Marca
On a deal worth an initial 18 million euros, Barcelona have signed Arturo Vidal and here we provide a few extra facts to get to know the Chilean midfielder.

Agreement with KAS Eupen for the transfer of Moussa Wague | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and KAS Eupen have reached an agreement for the transfer of Moussa Wague, pending the signing of the contract, which will take place in the coming days. Wague, who passed the relevant medical tests this Friday morning, will train for the first time with his team-mates this Saturday morning at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper.

FC Barcelona trains at Levi’s Stadium, final session of US tour | FC Barcelona
On a cool and breezy evening in Northern California, Futbol Club Barcelona went through its final workout of its 2018 summer tour in the United States, holding practice at Levi’s stadium in Santa Clara, the site of Saturday night’s match against AC Milan.

Malcom a surprise signing by Barcelona but one that makes sense | ESPN
Asked what he thought of Malcom a couple of days ago, Stoichkov said, conspiratorially: “He reminds me of a Bulgarian striker who came to Barcelona in 1990, ready to ‘eat the world.’ Things didn’t go too badly for him.” The Bulgarian was happily handing over his number, if not actually his name.