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FC Barcelona News: 29 July 2020; Dembélé could be available for Napoli, Barça listening to Monchu offers

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

FC Barcelona B V RCD Espanyol B - Segunda B Photo by Xavier Bonilla/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Back to training - FC Barcelona
This Tuesday the FC Barcelona squad were back at work on the training ground bright and early at 9.30am local time on the Tito Vilanova field at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper.

Leo Messi, best dribbler in La Liga - FC Barcelona
The Argentine star is once again the player with most successful dribbles in the Spanish league and is second across Europe's top leagues

KONAMI announce eFootball PES 2021 FC Barcelona Club Edition - FC Barcelona
Fans can access exclusive FC Barcelona content in the new Club Edition whilst players can relive and recreate iconic moments from the career of Lionel Messi with the myClub series

Barcelona open legal action against Arthur Melo, and will not cancel contract - Football Espana
Barcelona will not terminate the contract of midfielder Arthur Melo and have opened legal proceedings into his conduct.

Barcelona to sell B team captain Monchu amid interest from La Liga trio - Football Espana
Valencia, Betis and Real Sociedad all want to sign Barcelona B captain Monchu this summer, according to Diario Sport.

Dembele could be back for Barça's game against Napoli - SPORT
The France international Ousmane Dembele, injured since the beginning of February, could be Quique Setien's secret weapon in the Champions League against Napoli on Aug. 8.

Manchester United's Diogo Dalot linked with summer move to Barcelona - SPORT
The Portuguese full-back is being linked with clubs across Europe despite only playing 11 games for Manchester United this season.

Barcelona not panicking over Ter Stegen's contract renewal - SPORT
Barcelona have been working on what would be Marc ter Stegen's second contract renewal with the club for a long time. Therefore, the "we will see" from the German goalkeeper this week has not worried the club. There is calm and confidence that an agreement will be reached.