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FC Barcelona News: 11 October 2021; Raheem Sterling latest, Liverpool want Ousmane Dembélé

A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors

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Barcelona's move for Raheem Sterling depends on Ousmane Dembele - Football Espana
Barcelona need reinforcements, and the men behind the scenes at Camp Nou are already at work despite the obvious and well-publicised financial limitations according to Diario Sport. Antoine Griezmann’s departure on the final day of the summer transfer window has created space, and so Barcelona are looking to bring in two players – as well as moving on one – in January.

Xavi responds to speculation that he could replace Ronald Koeman at Barcelona - Football Espana
Xavi has been linked with the Barcelona job heavily in recent times. The Catalan is currently in charge of Qatari side Al Sadd, but many have viewed it as inevitable that he’ll return to the club where he made his name as a player eventually. Ronald Koeman, the incumbent at Camp Nou, is under serious pressure.

Liverpool linked with Ousmane Dembele free transfer swoop - Football Espana
Premier League powerhouse Liverpool could make a free transfer move for Barcelona star Ousmane Dembele in 2022. The French international has been linked with a move away from Catalonia in the coming months as La Blaugrana look to offload more high earners from their bloated wage bill.

Valencia handed injury boost ahead of Barcelona trip - Football Espana
Valencia have been handed a triple injury boost ahead of their vital La Liga away trip to rivals Barcelona next weekend. Los Che return to domestic action following the current international break with a crunch journey up the coast as Jose Bordalas’ side aim for a first league win since early September.

Spain runners up in UEFA Nations League after defeat in final against France - FC Barcelona
Spain are runners up in the UEFA Nations League after a 2-1 defeat in the final against France. Sergio Busquets and Eric Garcia played all 90 minutes and Gavi 75 minutes in a game in which Luis Enrique's team took the lead in the second half through Oyarzabal only to be denied by replies from Benzema and Mbappé.