Luuk de Jong arrives in Barcelona - FC Barcelona
Luuk de Jong has arrived in Barcelona. The Dutch striker, on loan to the club from Sevilla, arrived in his new home city on Sunday afternoon and paid a visit to the Ciutat Esportiva, where he spoke to the club media.
Champions League opponents: Bayern Munich - FC Barcelona
Anew edition of the UEFA Champions League is just around the corner, so it’s time to take a look at the three teams FC Barcelona will be meeting in Group E. First up, we focus on the club that have won this competition six times in the past, Bayern Munich.
Barça 5-0 Granadilla: Magnificent start - FC Barcelona
Barça, treble winners last season, have started the new one just as emphatically. The 5-0 win against Granadilla shows that they plan to carry on where they left off, winning games and scoring plenty of goals in the process.
Gimnàstic Tarragona 1-0 Barça B: Disappointment on the Costa Dorada - FC Barcelona
Barça B have lost at Gimnàstic Tarragona in the second game of the Primera División RFEF season, leaving them with just one point out of a possible six so far. Sunday’s game was a tight affair, ultimately decided by a Fran Carbia goal with just ten minutes to go.
Austria experiencing Yusuf Demir mania following Barcelona switch - Football Espana
New Barcelona signing Yusuf Demir has become a hero back in his native country Austria. The highly rated 18-year-old joined La Blaugrana on a season long loan deal from Rapid Vienna at the start of 2021/22 after an eye catching 12 months in the Austrian Bundesliga. Demir netted nine goals in all competitions in 2020/21 before being selected for Austria’s Euro 2020 squad this summer.
Miralem Pjanic and Ronald Koeman, divorce at first sight - SPORT
Miralem Pjanic ended a torrid time at Barca by moving to Besiktas on loan this week. He did not get on with Ronald Koeman and lashed out at the coach after leaving in Marca. There was a lack of feeling between them from the start.
Ansu Fati reaching the end of a 317 day dark spell - SPORT
Light at the end of the tunnel. Ansu Fati will feel the sweet sensation of playing for Barcelona again on September 20, against Granada. He’s been out for almost a year. Between then and the day he was injured, 317 days have passed.