In a series of photos posted by FC Barcelona on its official website, its players were seen carrying out different training exercises ahead of their crucial league game against Levante tomorrow at the Camp Nou.
The good news for FC Barcelona ahead of the game is that Ansu Fati, who has been sidelined for over 10 months, has been given the green light and he's in contention to play in tomorrow's game.
Other players spotted in the training photos include Memphis Depay, Pedri Gonzalez, Clement Lenglet, Gavi, Ronald Araujo, Oscar Mingueza, and a host of others.
Here are the photos below:
Barca's gaffer Ronald Koeman, who will not be on the sidelines due to suspension, spoke about the players' mentality in the press conference today.
He was quoted as saying, “We all want to win titles, of course, there is no difference in that. I’ve already spoken with the players, of course, and in general, they agree. There is no difference between what we all think”
Barca will surely be going all out to win tomorrow's game against Levante. A win for the Catalan side will go a long way in boosting the confidence of the players.
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