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FC Barcelona News: 21 December 2019; Fresh Nelson Semedo, Arturo Vidal rumors

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Nelson Semedo is no longer untransferable | Mundo Deportivo

Barcelona right-back Nelson Semedo is no longer considered untransferable by the club who are willing to listen to offers for the Portugal international. Ernesto Valverde’s side are also willing to sell Moussa Wague and are on the look-out for right-backs.

Inter hope Vidal pushes Barcelona | Football Italia

Barcelona are willing to sell Arturo Vidal for €20m in the January transfer window. Inter Milan have been linked with a move for the midfielder but would prefer an initial loan deal with an option to buy, according to the Gazzetta dello Sport.

Barcelona fined €1,500, given stadium closure warning after Clasico disturbances | Marca

Barcelona have been fined and given a warning the Camp Nou could be closed after disturbances that occurred during El Clasico. The club were hit with the sanction after beach balls were thrown on the pitch in the second half and saw play briefly interrupted.

Former Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta set for Argentina? | Football Espana

Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta is being linked with a move to Argentina. The midfielder has plans to leave Japanese side Vissel Kobe for Estudiantes de la Plata where he will link up with Javier Mascherano and Gabriel Milito.

Garitano urges his Alaves side to respond to cup exit at the Camp Nou | Marca

Alaves boss Asier Garitano is expecting a response from his side after they suffered a surprise Copa del Rey defeat to fourth-tier side Real Jaen. He said: “For us, after the week we had, I prefer to go to Barcelona next. After what happened, we have to go there and vindicate ourselves.”

Philippe Coutinho “would fit” at Manchester City | Football Espana

Philippe Coutinho would be a good fit for Premier League champions Manchester City, according to Kleberson. The Man United flop explained why his compatriot would do well at the Etihad. He said: “The way City play with more possession of the ball. Philippe Coutinho could bring a lot of quality to Manchester City He is not the best player at Bayern, but he looks much better. With the players around him, I think he would be a good fit at Manchester City.”