Martín Montoya’s agent, Juan de Dios Carrasco, hinted that something may already be in the works for his player and that he would be leaving in the winter transfer window 100%. Liverpool look set to bag the right back so they can replace Glen Johnson. More on Montoya
Dani Alves is set to leave the Nou Camp at the end of the season. The Brazilian right back has been at the club since 2008 and is giving himself one more season at Barça to try and fight for his place under new manager Luis Enrique. More on Dani Alves
Word on the street today is that Luis Suárez is a done deal for the tidy sum of £62.6million.According to Catalan TV channel TV3, Suárez will be among the top highest earners at the Nou Camp behind the likes of Leo Messi, Neymar and Andrés Iniesta. More on this story
Leo Messi will not be sold according to new Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu. Despite interest from clubs like big spending Paris Saint Germain, Messi will not be sold and the new president intends to start negotiations with the Argentine over a new improved deal shortly. More on Messi
Premier League giants Manchester United have their sights set on Barca’s Alexis Sánchez according to the British press. The Manchester giants have not had the best of starts this season and are currently in 9th position behind leaders Arsenal FC, Liverpool and Mourinho’s Chelsea. However, Barcelona will not be thinking of letting Sánchez go as he is being counted on by Gerardo Martino.More about Alexis
Thiago Silva has asked why he was supposed to earn less at Barcelona. The PSG star’s comments were captured by The Guardian newspaper and says that “It was a difficult decision to say no twice to Barcelona”.
Thiago Silva says “life is full of tough decisions that sometimes go against what you dream.” Continue reading
FC Barcelona have snapped up young Manchester City starlet Denis Suarez for the fee of 1.5M euros. The 19-year-old attacking midfielder, who is a product of City’s youth program, will now join up with the Barca B team where he will be allowed to sharpen his skills.
Suarez has reportedly signed a four year deal with the Catalan club. More on Barca’s new signing Denis Suarez
It appears that new Argentine coach Gerardo Martino has put the breaks on any new signings of a central defender. Martino would like one and still hopes that he gets one, but with the prospect of bringing in a new player that cannot play Barca’s style of football and adapt quickly, Tata prefers to wait for Puyol. More on Martino’s stance on a new central defender