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FC Barcelona News: 29 December 2019; Squad Back in Training, Carles Aleñá Loan Official

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Everything you need to know about the return to training | FC Barcelona
It’s back to normal for the first team, with the training routine returning after a week of holidays. Ernesto Valverde’s squad will work out on December 29 (at 6:00pm CET) at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, with the league match against Espanyol on the horizon (Saturday, January 4 - 9.00pm CET).

Agreement with Betis for the loan of Carles Aleñá | FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and Real Betis have reached an agreement for the loan transfer of Carles Aleñá until the end of the season. Real Betis will take over the player’s registration, but the agreement doesn’t include any purchase option.

The 50 best goals of the decade | FC Barcelona
From 2010 to 2019, many Barça goals have been celebrated. It hasn’t been easy, but we’ve chosen the best 50 of the decade. In LaLiga, the Champions League, the Copa del Rey and the Spanish Super Cup, the players have exhibited their quality when putting the ball in the back of the net. From Messi to Griezmann, Xavi to Iniesta... they’re all in the video. Some goals may even have been forgotten and are worth seeing again.

Barcelona could face stadium protests at Napoli | FC Barcelona
Barcelona have reportedly been warned they may face a half empty stadium in their Champions League last 16 away game against Napoli. Ernesto Valverde’s side have been drawn against their Serie A side in the knockout rounds, however the club have been blighted with fan protests in recent weeks, with fears growing that fans will continue to stay away from games in 2020.

‘It seems unfair if money is missing’ - Barcelona star Vidal frustrated over alleged unpaid bonuses | Goal
Arturo Vidal has accused Barcelona of being “unfair” amid claims he is owed up to €2.4 million (£2m/$2.7m) in unpaid bonuses. According to Spanish newspaper ABC, Vidal has filed a complaint against his club to La Liga and the Spanish Footballers’ Association.

Barcelona won’t give in to Vidal’s demands | Marca
Barcelona are standing firm over Arturo Vidal’s complaint about not being paid a bonus from last season. The Chilean midfielder believes he’s owed 2.4 million euros by his current employers, but the Catalan club won’t be paying him the money.