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FC Barcelona News: 2 October 2019; 20 Players Named in Match Squad, Antoine Griezmann Opens Up

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Messi and Dembélé back for Inter | FC Barcelona
Europe’s premier club competition returns to Camp Nou with the visit of Serie A side Inter Milan in the second game of group F. Coach Ernesto Valverde named a 20 man squad for Wednesday’s game which kicks off at 9.00pm CEST.

Friends reunited at Camp Nou for FC Barcelona v Inter Milan | FC Barcelona
Barça v Internazionale is a Champions League fixture that will bring together some old friends at Camp Nou. Antoine Griezmann and his former Atlético Madrid team mate Diego Godin, now plying his trade in Serie A, are just one example of the players who will have the chance to catch up with familiar faces on Wednesday evening.

Materazzi: Barcelona don’t scare teams like they used to | Marca
Inter icon Marco Materazzi sees no reason for the Italian side to fear Barcelona ahead of their game on Wednesday evening. Materazzi was part of the Inter squad who beat the Catalan club on their way to winning the 2009/10 Champions League.

Griezmann: ‘My dream is the Champions League’ | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona are getting ready for their first home game of the season at Camp Nou in this season’s Champions League. Serie A side Inter Milan are the visitors and Barça are looking for their first win in Group F after a 0-0 draw in Germany in their opening game against Borussia Dortmund.

Barcelona forward Antoine Griezmann: I need time to adapt | ESPN
Antoine Griezmann has said he still needs more time to adapt to Barcelona following his €120 million summer transfer from Atletico Madrid. Griezmann, 28, has scored three goals in eight appearances this season but said he is yet to find his best form. Manager Ernesto Valverde has called for him to be “more involved” in games.

In Catalonia, ‘Leo’ is as popular as ever | FC Barcelona
Everybody knows that Leo Messi is one of the world’s most influential athletes, both on and off the field. With his video-game-like moves, his goalscoring prowess, and his humble nature, the FC Barcelona striker and so-called G.O.A.T. has captivated an entire generation of local and international fans, transcending not just borders, but also language, culture, race, age, and gender, among others.

Onana opens door for Barcelona return as goalkeeper admits to Ajax uncertainty | Goal
Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana would be delighted if Barcelona wanted to take him back and is unsure if he will stay in the Eredivisie next season. The 23-year-old spent five years with Barca’s academy before signing for Ajax as an 18-year-old in 2015.