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FC Barcelona News: 26 June 2020; Barça, Juventus agree Arthur-Pjanic deal, Arturo Vidal talks Champions League

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

FC Barcelona v Eibar SAD - La Liga Photo by Jose Breton/Pics Action/NurPhoto via Getty Images

When and Where to watch Celta Vigo - FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona travel to Balaídos to take on Celta Vigo on LaLiga Matchday 32, which kicks off at 5pm CEST in Spain. After beating Athletic Club 1-0, thanks to a goal by Ivan Rakitic, the team will be looking for another victory to aid their title cause.

A LaLiga finale that replicates 1992/93 - FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona and Real Madrid are currently level on points at the top of the table, with just seven games still to go. This tight situation is almost a carbon copy of the state of play exactly 27 years ago.

Arthur Melo, Miralem Pjanic swap deal nears completion as clubs reach agreement - Football Espana
Barcelona and Juventus have reached an agreement for a de facto swap deal between midfielders Arthur Melo and Miralem Pjanic. According to the front page of Friday’s edition of Diario Sport, Brazilian midfielder Arthur will join the Italian champions in a €70m deal with Pjanic going the other way in a €60m move.

Tottenham eye Tanguy Ndombele swap with Philippe Coutinho - Football Espana
Premier League side Tottenham are reportedly open to a player swap deal with Tanguy Ndombele trading places with Barcelona’s Philippe Coutinho. Barcelona have been linked with a summer move for the French international, after the former Lyon midfielder has endured a mixed first season in England.

Nolito: God touched Messi with the magic wand three or four times - SPORT
Nolito praised Messi. "God touched Messi with the magic wand three or four times to make him the best in the world without the need to go to the gym or anything, it's something that he's got inside," said the winger.

Barcelona looking for an exit for Arturo Vidal and Ivan Rakitic - SPORT
Barcelona will try and find exits for Arturo Vidal and Ivan Rakitic in the transfer window. The Chilean and Croatian are in the firing line as Barcelona look to bring down their average age and salary bill.

Arturo Vidal: I like the Champions League format - SPORT
"As the games follow each other quickly we have to take advantage as much as we can to get to the next game in the best way possible," said the Barca midfielder. "We can end up as champions."