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FC Barcelona News: 10 November 2020; Ansu Fati out four months, Training continues with non-internationals

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A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and transfer rumors

FC Barcelona Training Session With New Coach Quique Setien Photo by Xavier Bonilla/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Ansu Fati out for four months with knee injury - FC Barcelona
Ansu Fati has been operated on successfully by Dr. Ramon Cugat for the injury to the internal meniscus of his left knee under the supervision of the Club's medical staff. The player will be out for approximately four months.

‘100x100 Tito’ documentary to be previewed at Zoom Festival - FC Barcelona
Barça Studios product in running for Sports award and will open the 18th edition of the audiovisual event in Igualada on November 24 to 29

First session of the week - FC Barcelona
The start of another week at FC Barcelona. After Saturday's victory against Betis and the rest that the squad had this Sunday, the first team returned to work on Monday morning.

Barcelona star Marc Ter Stegen requested to be omitted from Germany duty - Football Espana
Barcelona goalkeeper Marc Ter Stegen is rumoured to have asked Joachim Low not to include him in his Germany squad for the current international break.

Barcelona: Former Bartomeu board member to run as presidential candidate - Football Espana
Xavi Vilajoana – who was responsible for the running of the club’s women’s team and the youth teams – is set to announce on Thursday that he is in the running, according to a report in Radio Kanal Barcelona.

Barcelona's Plan B options following Ansu Fati's injury - Football Espana
Barcelona will be without their star teenage forward Ansu Fati for the next four months with a knee injury, as the club confirmed in a statement released on Monday.

The 30 Barcelona matches that Ansu Fati will miss with knee injury - Football Espana
Barcelona have been rocked by the news that star forward Ansu Fati is set to miss four months of action with a knee injury – meaning he will sit out the majority of the current campaign.