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FC Barcelona News: 30 March 2021; Philippe Coutinho injury update, Barça optimistic about Erling Haaland

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A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors

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Injury news: Philippe Coutinho - FC Barcelona
The first team player Philippe Coutinho is off to Brazil for a medical treatment on his knee injury. The Brazilian was injured on 29 December in a game at Camp Nou against Eibar.

A Monday is not so bad for FC Barcelona - FC Barcelona
Aweek to go until Barça's next game. The blaugranes have a fixture on a Monday once again having played out a 4-1 win against Huesca just two weeks ago on a Monday. Ronald Koeman's opponents will be Valladolid in a game that kicks off at Camp Nou at 9.00pm CEST

Present and future: Araujo (V) - FC Barcelona
Ronald Araujo continues to grow with the first team. He made his debut last season and ended up playing six matches, but it was this year, with a promotion to the first team, that he began to find himself in Koeman's lineups more often.

Kluivert will not continue as the director of Barça's La Masia academy - SPORT
Patrick Kluivert's time as the head of Barcelona's academy has come to an end. The Dutchman has been informed by the club that they will not extend his deal beyond the end of June.

Laporta wields the axe: Soler and Gomez Ponti out as Barça shake-up starts - SPORT
Joan Laporta is starting to make his first big decisions as Barcelona president. Ten days after his inauguration, he has got rid of two high-ranking executives left from Josep Maria Bartomeu's time in charge.

Real Betis and Barcelona destined to reach Emerson understanding - SPORT
The co-ownership of Emerson Royal between Barcelona and Real Betis means both clubs have to come to an agreement regarding the player at some point. This summer looks like being the moment.

Optimism at Barcelona over the possible signing of Haaland this summer - SPORT
Erling Haaland's future will be played out from April. For now, his entourage are gathering together the interest from Europe's biggest clubs ahead of making decisions next month. Barcelona, since the arrival of Joan Laporta as president, have gone all-in and are well-positioned.