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FC Barcelona News: 27 July 2021; Ronald Araujo back in training, Barça and Neymar settle dispute

A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors

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Training schedule for the week - FC Barcelona
We take a look at how the next few days look for Koeman's squad as they travel to Germany on Wednesday to continue preparations for the coming season

Araujo back at work - FC Barcelona
Ronald Koeman is getting more and more of his players back. On Monday morning Uruguayan centre back Ronald Araujo reported back for duty. He’s is back later than the bulk of the squad due to his involvement in the Copa America.

Barça and Neymar end litigation amicably - FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona announce that it has ended out of court in amicable fashion the various labour and civil litigation cases that were open with the Brazilian player Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior.

Ronaldinho tips Lionel Messi for Barcelona stay - Football Espana
Former Barcelona superstar Ronaldinho has offered his insight on Lionel Messi‘s future at the club. Messi’s La Blaugrana contract expired at the end of June with the 34-year-old severing his 21-year link with the Catalan giants.

Barcelona aiming to get Lionel Messi contract signed in early August - Football Espana
Barcelona are keen to agree a new Lionel Messi contract within the coming week. Messi remains a free agent as things stand after his Barca contract was allowed to expire in early July. But it has been known for some time that the Argentine is keen to extend his 21-year stay at the club.

Barcelona's financial crisis in detail as Messi left waiting - Football Espana
Barcelona find themselves in the midst of a financial crisis, and an interesting study on the club’s finances has revealed just how difficult a situation the Catalan giants face. At this point, we already know that Barca need to reduce their salary bill by around €200million to register their four new signings, as well as Lionel Messi‘s new contract.