The squad to face Cádiz - FC Barcelona
Ronald Koeman has announced his squad for the game with Cádiz at the Camp Nou on Sunday at 2.00pm CET
MATCH PREVIEW: FC Barcelona v Cádiz - FC Barcelona
After the Champions League defeat against Paris Saint-Germain in midweek, LaLiga action returns as Cádiz visit the Camp Nou. The match (Sunday, 2.00pm CET) hands Barça the chance to make it eight wins in a row in the domestic competition
The last time Cádiz came to Camp Nou - FC Barcelona
It’s nearly fifteen years since Cádiz came to the Camp Nou. We have to go all the way back to 29 April 2006, a closely fought contest that Barça ended up winning 1-0 thanks to goal from Ronaldinho after nine minutes. Samuel Eto'o missed a second half penalty that would have made the winning margin wider.
What needs to happen for Barcelona to sign Erling Haaland? - Football Espana
The Catalan club’s economic situation would appear to rule them out of the running, but chatter in the corridors of power at Camp Nou has hinted that the candidates for the presidency are looking to bring his name to the table. Of key importance would be the wage bill, specifically Lionel Messi.
The four strikers Barcelona want to sign aside from Erling Haaland - Football Espana
Sergio Aguero is one of the most high-profile players to be available as a free agent this coming summer. At this moment it seems he won’t be renewing his contract with Manchester City, so he’s being closely considered by several of the biggest European clubs.
Koeman on mid-game spat between Pique and Griezmann: "I have no problems with things like that happening during the game, I like it" - Football Espana
For Koeman, focus is honed in on taking each game as it comes and not allowing the squad to think too far ahead. They’re still alive, if just, in La Liga, the Copa del Rey and the Champions League.
Xavi or Ronald Koeman? Barcelona supporters split on who should lead them forward - Football Espana
A survey taken after Barcelona’s 4-1 defeat by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League this past week has shown that there’s almost a perfectly even split between the supporters regarding their desire to continue with Koeman (44%) or switch to Xavi (45%).