AC Milan will be aiming to consolidate their place atop Group F of the UEFA Europa League when they welcome Real Betis to San Siro on Thursday
Barcelona reportedly made an approach to sign former academy star Marc Bartra this summer, only to be turned down by the player
Manchester United have been alerted by the availability of former Barcelona defender Marc Bartra as current club Borussia Dortmund consider selling him
Marc Bartra has confirmed recently that his release clause has been lowered from 40 million euros to 8 million euros alerting a number of clubs in Europe, particularly from Italy.
FC Barcelona manager Luis Enrique urged his players to pull together after teammate Lionel Messi suffered a serious injury against Las Palmas which is expected to keep him out of action until late November.
FC Barcelona defender Marc Bartra says that he has no intention of leaving the club, insisting that he is not listening to anyAi??offers coming his way. Marc Bartra had earlier revealed that due to a shortage of appearances, his buy-out clause now stands at ai??i??15 Million, alerting many clubs to his imminent future. Much likeAi??Thiago Alcantaraai??i??s situation two years ago whenAi??due to a lack of appearances, the player’s release clause dropped at just ai??i??12 Million. FCAi??BarcelonaAi??fans were under the fearAi??they could lose another promising academy product. Bartra going nowhere However, Marc Barta has squashed any fears that the Blaugrana faithfuls might have by stating that he has no intention to leave the club. “I’m not listening to offers,” Bartra told reporters on Thursday. “My head is focused 100 per cent on Barca. “My goal is to surpass the 21 games I played as a starter last season.” Bartra unhappy? Bartra broke into theAi??first-team squad in 2010 and has since been […]
Barcelona find themselves in an awkward paradox. Fresh off a historic second treble, theAi??BlaugaraunaAi??have solidified their return to the upper echelons of World Football. Such a climb however, comes at a cost, and once the carnival quiets down at the Camp Nou, Barcelona will have to address more than a few pressing concerns. Like with Bayern Munich, Inter Milan, and even Real Madrid before them, Champions League victories have often been followed by Ai??series of fat trimming measures. The near impossible goal of retaining a Champions League title fills the minds of the victorious party. This however comes with the realisation that in order to do so, they have to be better than they were before. The question that arises with every Champions League that Barca wins, is how they can get better. It’s a more perplexing conundrum than most understand, as improving a side as dominant as Barcelona is one of the most daunting challenges faced by their managers. […]
Bartra could leave Barcelona for ai??i??15 Million
When Barcelona chose not to sign a centre-back this summer, fans were in a state of shock. Marc Bartra however have stepped up and assured everybody of his potential.