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FC Barcelona News: 27 November 2020; Gerard Piqué rejects surgery, Marcelo Bielsa wants Riqui Puig at Leeds

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

Getafe CF v FC Barcelona - La Liga Santander Photo by Mateo Villalba/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images

Camp Nou mourns Maradona - FC Barcelona
Like the rest of the world, FC Barcelona is on mourning. The death of Diego Armando Maradona on Wednesday has come as a shock to everyone, and especially to the clubs where he played, which include FC Barcelona, his home from 1982 to 1984.

Training for some - FC Barcelona
This Thursday was a day of 'individualised compensatory training' on pitch 2 at the Ciutat Esportiva, which involves the players working out at different rates depending on their workload, with some of the squad getting some well-earned rest instead.

When and where to watch FC Barceona v Osasuna - FC Barcelona
The blaugranes welcome Osasuna to Camp Nou on Sunday in a game that kicks off at 2.00pm CET with the two sides level on 11 points in the league table albeit with Ronald Koeman's team having played a game less

Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds interested in Barcelona starlet - Football Espana
The Barcelona teenager, out of favour at Camp Nou ever since coach Ronald Koeman took charge in the off-season, is wanted by Bielsa in his corner of Yorkshire according to Diario Sport and carried by Diario AS.

Gerard Pique ignores recommended surgery and should be out for four months - Football Espana
Barcelona centre-back Gerard Pique has ignored Dr. Ramon Cugat’s recommendation for him to undergo surgery and instead opted for conservative treatment, meaning he should be out for four months as opposed to between six and eight.

The reasons why Barcelona star has rejected knee surgery advice - Football Espana
The news is outlined by Cadena Cope, who say that the central defender faces three to four months on the side-lines due to this decision, while surgery may have doubled that timeframe to between six and eight months, as reported by Diario AS.

Veteran Barcelona star close to returning to first-team action - Football Espana
Unlike Gerard Pique, Ronald Araujo, Sergi Roberto, Ansu Fati and Samuel Umtiti, whose long-term injuries have dominated Barcelona news, Busquets has been doing field work as he recovers from a knee sprain sustained while playing for Spain.