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FC Barcelona News: 1 November 2021; Dynamo Kiev up next, Ansu Fati, Frenkie De Jong back in training

A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors

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Recovery session before the trip to Kyiv - FC Barcelona
The team that played in the league match went through a post-match recovery session. The rest of the squad trained on pitch 3 of the Ciutat Esportiva, with Ansu Fati, S. Roberto and F. De Jong joining the group for some of the session.

The week ahead for Barça - FC Barcelona
After the 1-1 draw against Alavés in the Camp Nou, there are two fixtures on the horizon this week. First Barça travel to play Dynamo Kyiv on Tuesday for the 4th round of Champions League group stage matches (9:00pm CET), before travelling to Vigo for the weekend La Liga match against Celta

Injury update on Gerard Piqué - FC Barcelona
Tests this morning confirmed first-team player Gerard Piqué has a right calf strain and will be out for the forseeable future. Barça's number 3 had to leave the pitch in the 70th minute of the 1-1 draw against Alavés.

When and where to watch Dynamo Kyiv v FC Barcelona - FC Barcelona
The clocks have changed in Europe, so make sure you get the time right with our worldwide guide to this week's crunch Champions League clash in Ukraine

Barcelona stars offer injury boost ahead of Dynamo Kyiv clash - Football Espana
Barcelona could be offered a vital injury boost ahead of their crunch Champions League clash with Dynamo Kyiv. La Blaugrana face the Ukrainian giants on October 2 and the squad are due to fly out from El Prat Airport tomorrow morning.

Barcelona forward Sergio Aguero diagnosed with heart rate rhythm disorder - Football Espana
Sergio Aguero was withdrawn from Barcelona’s 1-1 draw with Alaves at Camp Nou on Saturday evening after appearing to have trouble breathing. The Argentine marksman was pictured holding his chest and looked rather alarmed as he came off the pitch.

Xavi's arrival at Barcelona may take longer than previously expected - Football Espana
Xavi’s arrival at Barcelona may take longer than previously expected according to a report in Marca. The legendary former midfielder is clearly Joan Laporta’s first choice to succeed Ronald Koeman, and Xavi himself has also made it clear that he wants and is ready for the job.

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