Barcelona is currently having one of their worst seasons ever as they have failed to perform at the highest level both in the Spanish La Liga and UEFA Champions League. Injury concerns have really affected Barcelona a lot this season as some of their key players were sidelined due during to severe injuries. Things look to be taking shape at Barcelona currently as some key players have returned to full fitness for the Catalans this season.
In Barcelona's training session today, 3 key players were spotted as they trained to maintain full fitness for the Catalans this season.
Sergio Aguero and Ousmane Dembele were both out of football action for a very long time after sustaining severe injuries. They have finally regained their fitness as they might play their first game for Barcelona this season very soon. Ansu Fati on other hand has featured in a few games for Barcelona this season but he is still yet to play a full game for the Catalans.
The return of these players could really help Barcelona in their fight for the La Liga title this season.
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Source: Barcelona Official Twitter Page
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