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FC Barcelona News: 7 June 2021; PSG chief talks Messi, Busquets tests positive

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A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors

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Al-Khelaifi: Messi? All the great players want to come to PSG | Marca

Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi has been talking about Lionel Messi and says “all the great players” want to come to his club.

Georginio Wijnaldum to join PSG instead of Barcelona after leaving Liverpool | CBS Sport

Georginio Wijnaldum is set to join PSG instead of Barcelona after leaving Liverpool. The midfielder will double his salary by moving to the French capital.

Spain squad in isolation after Sergio Busquets tests positive for Covid | Guardian

The entire Spain squad is in isolation ahead of the Euros after Barcelona midfielder Sergio Busquets tested positive for Covid-19. The Under-21s will play Lithuania on Tuesday.

Barcelona: Dembélé starting to test Laporta’s patience | AS

Ousmane Dembele is starting to test president Joan Laporta’s patience. The Frenchman keeps delaying talks over a new contract.

Gabriel Jesus and Ilkay Gundogan are options on the market for Barca | Sport

Manchester City duo Gabriel Jesus and Ilkay Gundogan are options for Barcelona this summer and may be allowed to leave the Etihad Stadium.

Barcelona in no rush to renew Ansu Fati’s contract | Marca

Barcelona are in no rush to renew Ansu Fati’s contract. The striker’s current deal expires in 2022 and Barca are optimistic an extension will be agreed.

Aymeric Laporte a new Barcelona transfer target | Sport

Aymeric Laporte has emerged as a possible transfer target for Barcelona. The Catalans could use Sergi Roberto as part of a deal to land the defender.

Argentina confirm Copa America participation following change in tournament hosts | Goal

Argentina have confirmed they will take part in the Copa America after the tournament was switched to Brazil due to rising Covid-19 cases and political unrest.