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FC Barcelona News: 7 November 2020; All set for Real Betis, Presidential candidates talk Barça finances

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

Barcelona sign Brazilian midfielder Arthur Melo Photo by Miquel Llop/NurPhoto via Getty Images

PREVIEW: FC Barcelona v Betis - FC Barcelona
Ronald Koeman’s side go into the match looking for three vital points to help them climb up the La Liga table

23 man FC Barcelona squad for the visit of Betis - FC Barcelona
Ronald names his list of players for the home La Liga game against Betis on Saturday, kick off 4.15pm CET

International callups for Barça players - FC Barcelona
Who has been called to play for which national teams during the upcoming international break

Nabil Fekir ruled out of Real Betis trip to Barcelona - Football Espana
Real Betis striker Nabil Fekir will miss their La Liga trip to Barcelona this weekend due to a hamstring injury.

Barcelona are "bankrupt" claims presidential favourite Victor Font: "The wage situation is critical" - Football Espana
Barcelona prospective presidential candidate Victor Font has claimed that the club are “bankrupt” and that the club’s wage bill situation is now at a critical stage.

Lionel Messi must reduce wage for Barcelona contract renewal, admits presidential candidate - Football Espana
Barcelona presidential hopeful Toni Freixa has admitted that club captain Lionel Messi will have to lower his current wage at the club in order to renew his contract.

Ronald Koeman annoyed by Barcelona fixture schedule - Football Espana
Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman has spoken of his frustration at the scheduling of the club’s fixtures following on from the international break.

Marc Bartra looking forward to taking on former club Barcelona - Football Espana
The Andalusians have shown signs of improvement under new coach Manuel Pellegrini, and if they can get a result in Catalonia tomorrow they’ll ride a so-far insurmountable hurdle this season – felling a top team.

Barcelona and Rakuten extend their partnership until 2022 - Football Espana
The Japanese company, a global leader in internet services, will continue to be Barcelona’s Main Global Partner until 2022 after executing an option made available in the original agreement from 2017 – the contract initially ran until the summer of 2021.

Dani Alves believes former club Barcelona have lost their identity - Football Espana
Former Barcelona star Dani Alves has spoken out about the current situation at Camp Nou, explaining that he believes that “before, Barça had an identity. Now it’s a buying and selling club.”