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FC Barcelona News: 13 April 2022; Eintracht Frankfurt up next, Barça linked with Arsenal defender

A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and rumors

Arsenal Training Session Photo by Stuart MacFarlane/Arsenal FC via Getty Images

When and where to watch FC Barcelona v Eintracht Frankfurt? - FC Barcelona
The next Europa League game is at Camp Nou on Thursday, the second leg of the quarter final against Eintracht Frankfurt. Kick-off is at 9pm CET, and you have come to right place if you want to know what time that is where you are.

Procedure launched to become an FC Barcelona member online from anywhere in the world - FC Barcelona
In compliance with its electoral commitment, Board of Directors removes restrictions on memberships to allow online registration via the official club website

Ansu feeling FC Barcelona's full support - FC Barcelona
Ansu Fati was the special guest at Tuesday’s presentation of the book Relats solidaris de l'esport (Solidarity Tales in Sport) where his opening words were “thank you for letting me be part of this magnificent project. I had no doubt about sponsoring it.”

Xavi's changes making an impact - FC Barcelona
"We can make five changes and we try to make the most of them” said Xavi Hernández after the dramatic 3-2 win at Levante. And he’s not wrong. His substitutions have been working wonders in recent games.

Arsenal centre-back Gabriel is liked at Barcelona - SPORT
Barcelona are designing their squad for next season and plenty of operations are advanced and open. They are hoping to sell Samuel Umtiti and Clement Lenglet, leaving space for a left-footed centre-back.

Bayern Munich respond to Barcelona's interest in striker Lewandowski - SPORT
Bayern Munich are "relaxed" about the rumours surrounding Robert Lewandowski's future. The German club, for now, have not been informed that the Polish striker does not want to extend his contract, which expires in 2023, despite recent reports placing him at FC Barcelona, who want to sign a star striker.

Bayern playing hardball over Robert Lewandowski - SPORT
Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski is one of Barcelona’s transfer targets. The Polish forward is out of contract in 2023 and the Catalans want him to lead the line next season.

Barça president Laporta: Sign a crack? We have the best, we have Ansu - SPORT
Joan Laporta took part in the presentation of the 17th edition of the 'Relats Solidaris de l'Esport', where he spoke about Ansu Fat's return from injury. Ansu is back in training and could even be in the squad next week against Cadiz, while Barça remain linked with a number of attacking signings in the summer.

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