1. Sergio Busquets Photo Credit: Facebook Sergio Busquets is considered the most underrated player of this generation. Busquets who came through Barcelona academy has been at the club for the past 10 years. He has been the most consistent Barça player in the last decade. He has won many trophies at Barcelona.
Ten years ago, Barcelona was a dreadful side, opposition teams often preferred to defend solidly than to attack the star-studded side. Today, the case is different, opposition teams are bold to confront the Catalan giants and this is just one of the few signs that the club may not win any trophy this season.
Barcelona striker Sergio Aguero finally responded to online reports claiming he is no longer interested in staying at Barcelona after the departure of Leo Messi. The Argentine deemed the reports as nothing but fake, and claims that the media and fans across the world took advantage of his friendship with Leo and made it look as though his coming to Barca had anything to do with the PSG star.
The latest Barca players new market value has been released by Spanish newspaper AS, with Frankie De Jong being the most valuable player at the Club, slightly above Pedro Gonzalez and Marc Andre Ter Stegan. Barça players new market value: Ter Stegen 60M, Neto 6M, Araújo 25M, Lenglet 25M, Eric Garcia 20M, Mingueza 15M, Piqué 10M, Umtiti 8M, Alba 20M, Dest 30M, Emerson 25M, Moussa Wagué 4M, Busquets 9M, De Jong 90M, Pedri 80M, Pjanić 20M, Riqui Puig 18M, Sergi Roberto 18M [as]
Barcelona have made the decision to give the number 10 jersey to La Masia graduate Ansu Fati and many Barcelona fans are delighted about it, but this article explains the reason why Barcelona have made a very big mistake by handing out the number 10 shirt to Ansu Fati.
The transfer window closes on 31st August and many clubs across Europe are busy in the market for TV purpose of either buying selling or loaning players to improve their squad for the 2021/22 season. This summer transfer window has witnessed some unbelievable transfers such as the return of Romelu Lukaku and Cristiano Ronaldo to the Premier League, the departure of Lionel Messi from Barça and many more.
For years, Barcelona's non-sporting problems remained hidden behind closed doors because, with elite players on the field, results and titles were guaranteed. Over the last two seasons, however, that has changed, and their fate has been set in stone for this season.
Ronald Koeman has made it clear that his future still depends on the 3 next matches, the last one being against Madrid. Coincidentally, Xavi’s Al Sadd also play a cup final that week. After that date, the Qatari club would facilitate his departure.
Fati is the first Barça player to score in his first LaLiga game wearing the No.10 jersey since 1997
Barcelona return to winning ways in La Liga after beating Levante 3-0 at the Camp Nou on Sunday evening, as the Catalans giant played a great attacking football throughout the 90 minutes. Ansu Fati scored on his first Barcelona appearance in 10 months, after suffering from a knee injury back in November, one of the most unforgettable moments in Barcelona's recent history.
Though both Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo haven't indicated any intentions of becoming soccer coaches after ending their playing career, a closer look at them will show who will make a better coach. Though we can't predict exactly, likely, Cristiano Ronaldo won't venture into soccer coaching.
Just over a year ago, in the 2019/20 Champions League quarter-finals, Bayern Munich inflicted a humiliating and hurtful defeat on Barcelona. Now, as the Blaugrana seek revenge in the 2021/22 group stage, many are wondering is this team better than the one that lost 8-2 in Lisbon?
Barcelona will host Bayern Munich in the Champions League group stage match opener where Fans will return to Camp Nou for the first time in 22 months. The last time fans were seen in the stadium was the match between Borussia Dortmund on 27th November 2019. Barça won 3-1 with goals from the already gone players in Messi, Suárez, and Griezmann.
Barcelona have announced their traveling squad for today's Laliga home game against Levante at the Camp Nou. The notable new addition to the squad is the return of the new club #10 Ansu Fati. The youngster (Fati) is making the team's traveling squad for the first time since picking up a nasty knee injury against Real Betis in November 2020.
Barcelona have confirmed that Ansu Fati will take over the number 10 shirt that Lionel Messi famously wore for 13 years. The club have released their squad numbers for the 2021/22 season and in doing so have confirmed that 18-year-old Fati will wear the shirt that Messi took over after Ronaldinho departed the Nou Camp in 2008.
FC Barcelona and RB Leipzig have reached a preliminary agreement for the transfer of Ilaix Moriba, who will wear the shirt of the Teutonic team already this season. Negotiations were rushed after Tottenham's appearance and in the end both the player and the Barça team managed to get Leipzig to take a step forward and present a competitive offer.
Messi can't save PSG, Thierry Henry says St Germain president Leonardo, admits Lionel Messi never thought he would play for the club, but he's happy that the player did. Messi ended his 21-year relationship with Barcelona in August when the club was unable to re-sign him due to his deteriorating financial situation.
Barcelona and Tottenham are very close to closing the transfer of the Brazilian to the English club for an amount believed to be greater than 23 million euros. The English team is currently meeting with the player's agents to close the agreement between the club and the player.
Barça will face the Bavarian giants in the European Cup opener 13 months after their worst-ever defeat! Barcelona returns to play after an extended international break due to the postponement of their match against Sevilla, and it's for a big one: the Champions League group stage start at the Greatest Stadium on Earth versus 2020 champions Bayern Munich.
Barcelona have officially finalised their squad numbers for the 2021-22 season, following a tumultuous end to their transfer window. This is the final squad, and their numbers are as follows: The biggest piece of news is that Ansu Fati has taken Lionel Messi's No. 10 shirt, sending a clear statement that he is the club's future.
Barcelona have started looking for options who can replace Ronald Koeman, but he is still expected to be in charge for the game against Cadiz for the time being. Joan Laporta held an hour-long emergency meeting with his board of directors after the Granada game as the doubts regarding Koeman's suitability continue.