Today we look at the transfer rumours that are surrounding FC Barcelona.The FIFA ban will be lifted in January 2016 but in the meantime, there are plenty of players that are linked to the club among who are Paul Pogba, Marco Reus and Luciano Vietto of Villareal.
Manchester City and Chelsea are keeping tabs on FC Barcelona defender Gerard Piqué. Pellegrini is suffering from a leaky defense and Pellegrini has eyed up Piqué to plug the gaps in the January transfer window. However, City will face tough opposition from both Man Utd and Chelsea for his services. More
Monday morning and I’m as surprised as anyone to learn that Barcelona have reached an agreement for Douglas Pereira. Douglas who, I hear you say? He’s a Brazilian who plays for São Paulo and Barcelona have bought him for €8M euros, that’s all.More about Douglas Pereira
Barcelona’s Alexis Sánchez joins North London club the Gunners on a deal said to be in the region of £33million. The 25 year old Chilean who was deemed surplus to requirements by Barça’s new boss Luis Enrique, greatly impressed las season and scored twice in the World Cup – More on Alexis Sanchez deal
Gerard Deulofeu reckons that Barcelona target Luis Suárez will be a great signing for the Catalan club. 20 year-old Deulofeu said that he though the Uruguayan was an interesting player and one of the best strikers in the world – More on Deulofeu
Luis Suárez tamed the three lions of England last night with a brace of goals and Spanish newspaper El Mundo Deportivo allege that Barça want him for €85m euros. The newspaper also suggest that negotiations for the uruguayan are ongoing and at an advanced stage. More on Luis Suarez
Cesc Fabregàs has stated that the “time was right for him to leaave Barcelona”. The midfielder has signed a five-year deal with West London club Chelsea after three years at his boyhood club of FC Barcelona. More on this story on Barcelona FC Blog
With the Catalan club taking a swipe at Fabregàs last week, it is reported that he is now owed €5m euros by the Catalan club, which they refuse to pay. Fabregàs had an agreement that stated he would get the money back which he paid out of his own pocket if he was ever sold. Read more about Fabregàs