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FC Barcelona News: 11 May 2021; All set for Levante, Ronald Koeman’s future in serious doubt

A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors

Villarreal CF v FC Barcelona - La Liga Santander Photo by Jose Breton/Pics Action/NurPhoto via Getty Images

PREVIEW | Levante v Barça - FC Barcelona
This Tuesday at 10.00pm CEST, FC Barcelona travel to the Ciutat de Valencia with just three Liga games to go and absolutely everything still to play for following two fascinating fixtures at the weekend that both ended in draws.

Squad list revealed for game against Levante - FC Barcelona
Following results from Matchday 35 this past weekend, the LaLiga title race remains wide open coming into a midweek round of fixtures. On Tuesday, FC Barcelona travel to Valencia to take on Levante UD.

The lowdown on Levante UD - FC Barcelona
This Tuesday at 10.00pm CEST, Barça have a must-win fixture away to Levante as la Liga reaches its climax. Frogs, Johan Cruyff and blaugrana jerseys are among the subject matter as we analyse the side from Valencia.

When and where to watch Levante v FC Barcelona - FC Barcelona
TV and kick off times around the world for Tuesday's game at the Ciutat de Valencia stadium

Erling Haaland remains Barcelona's No.1 summer target - Football Espana
Barcelona remained focused on securing their No.1 transfer target of Erling Haaland ahead of the 2021/22 La Liga season. The Catalan giants have been linked with a mega money move for the Norwegian international in the coming months with new president Joan Laporta keen to secure a superstar name this summer.

Barcelona boss Koeman: "We will fight for the league title until the last second" - Football Espana
Ronald Koeman is adamant that his Barcelona side are still in the title race in La Liga and will take the title race to the wire. Saturday’s scoreless draw against Atletico Madrid means the Blaugrana’s hopes of a league title are fading – they trail Atleti by two points and have an inferior head-to-head record against them, while they also must hope that Real Madrid slip up.

Ronald Koeman: "I see myself as Barcelona coach next year" - Football Espana
Ronald Koeman insists he will remain as Barcelona boss next year and believes that he retains the confidence of the club’s board. The Dutchman was appointed last summer but this season has had its ups and downs; although the Blaugrana could still complete the domestic double.

Barcelona board uncertain about Koeman's future - ESPN
There are growing doubts among the Barcelona board regarding coach Ronald Koeman's future at the club beyond the end of the season, multiple sources have confirmed to ESPN.

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