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FC Barcelona News: 13 March 2020; Sergi Roberto back in training, Lionel Messi not traveling to Argentina

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

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Sergi Roberto does part of training - FC Barcelona
Quique Setién's squad trained on the Tito Vilanova pitch at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper on Thursday morning, with all of the available first team members present. Sergi Roberto was able to train partially with the group, returning as part of his recovery process from injury

Lionel Messi 'will finish his career at Barcelona' - Samuel Eto'o - Football Espana
Samuel Eto’o is confident Lionel Messi will extend his contract at Barcelona and finish his career at the club. The Argentine star has a clause in his current contract at the Camp Nou – which is the most lucrative in global football – which allows him to leave on a free transfer at the end of each season, should he wish to do so.

Leo Messi se queda: CONMEBOL postpones World Cup Qualifiers - SPORT
CONMEBOL, the governing body for South American football, has officially told its affiliated organisations that the upcoming World Cup Qualifiers will be postponed with immediate effect. This is following on from FIFA and UEFA's lead as the world attempts to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Barcelona to continue training ahead of Champions League tie with Napoli - MARCA
Barcelona have announced that the first team will continue training as they prepare for the second leg of their Champions League last-16 tie with Napoli which, at present, is still going ahead, despite the coronavirus outbreak having had a big impact on sport already.

Barcelona support the suspension of sporting competitions - MARCA
There won't be any LaLiga Santander matches for the next two weeks, while other competitions could be postponed too, and Barcelona are backing the decisions that have been taken.

Rivaldo: Eder Sarabia must be more careful with his behaviour - MARCA
It may have seemed as though the Eder Sarabia controversy had died down, but Rivaldo has now had his say and he isn't happy.