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FC Barcelona News: 16 October 2021; Preparations continue for Valencia, Raheem Sterling latest

A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors

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Preparations continue for Valencia - FC Barcelona
Friday brought another training session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, with just two days to go before Barça resume their Liga campaign with a game at home to Valencia (9.00pm CEST).

The lowdown on Valencia CF - FC Barcelona
Following an international break, La Liga is back and Barça will be facing Valencia on Sunday night (9.00pm CEST) in the first game for a year in a half in front of an unlimited crowd at Camp Nou. Here’s our lowdown on the club they call Los Che.

Pedri hoping 'to stay much longer than 2026' - FC Barcelona
Pedri was speaking in the Auditori 1899 at the Camp Nou in a press conference after extending his contract with FC Barcelona. He was joined by members of his family and club president Joan Laporta who spoke of “the importance of today’s event for the future of the club. We are all very happy.”

Pedri and Gavi among 20 Golden Boy finalists - FC Barcelona
Pedri and Gavi are both among the 20 finalists to become this year’s Golden Boy, the award that Italian paper Tuttosport presents to the best player aged under 21 of the year.

Barcelona still working towards two contract renewals - Football Espana
Barcelona are trying to dig their way out of a deep financial hole, and it’s making even the most simple of tasks difficult. In the past, there would have been no trouble when it came to renewing the contracts of first team players. Ask what they want, offer them a little less, shake on it, sign the paper, done.

Raheem Sterling opens door to La Liga move - Football Espana
The links between Raheem Sterling and a Barcelona or Real Madrid move have taken a step forward after the winger’s latest interview. For a long time it’s just sounded like speculation, a classic case of the Premier League’s top players being linked with moves abroad just to fill newspaper pages.