2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
14-4-2, 1st in Spanish Primera División
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6hSam Marsden

Sources: Suarez move to Arsenal from Barca stalls

Denis Suarez looks set to remain at Barcelona until the end of the season after talks over a move to Arsenal broke down, sources told ESPN FC.

Julien Laurens: De Jong to Barca should happen 'very quickly' (3:52)
Boateng: A great honour to play alongside Messi and Suarez (0:50)
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1dSam Marsden

KP Boateng wanted to 'run' to Barcelona

Barcelona signed Kevin Prince Boateng from Italian side Sassuolo on an initial six-month loan with n option to make the deal permanent for €8m.

Marcotti: Very little downside for Barca signing Boateng (2:23)
ICYMI: PSG score 9, Arsenal's big win and more (1:38)
Vela on Barca: Whatever happens I'll be happy (1:10)
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2dSam Marsden

Barca B defender condemns Ejea fans' racism

Senegal international Moussa Wague was sent off in the second half after tangling with a home fan as he tried to get the ball back for a throw-in.

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3dSam Marsden

Dembele earns 9/10 in electric performance

Ousmane Dembele scored one, could have scored more and should have had several assists if not for some sloppy finishing in Barca's win vs. Leganes.

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Transfer Talk: Coutinho in Chelsea's sights

Chelsea have joined Manchester United in the race to sign Philippe Coutinho, who is reportedly unsettled at Barcelona. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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4dSam Marsden

Sources: Barca make late play to sign De Jong

A Barcelona delegation went to Amsterdam this week in an attempt to persuade Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong to sign, sources have told ESPN FC.

Emery keeps quiet on Denis Suarez transfer rumours (0:37)
Lowe: Vela could be a short-term solution for Barca (1:12)
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6dSam Marsden

Dembele, Messi both 8/10 as Barca advance

Trailing 2-1 entering the night, Barca had no trouble with Levante; Ousmane Dembele scored two first-half goals before a Leo Messi insurance tally.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference351st
Goals Scored561st
Goals Conceded214th