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Messi returned to the Argentina team for the first time since the World Cup as they lost 3-1 to Venezuela in Madrid on Friday.
Company, which is a sponsor of both Barca and De Jong, will be paying a large amount of the midfielder's salary, sources close to the club said.
Philippe Coutinho has struggled to nail down a starting place under Ernesto Valverde but is hoping to earn his chance before the summer.
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Manchester United said that their fans are being subjected to 'increased/excessive ticket prices' for the quarterfinal second leg.
Toni Duggan scored Barcelona's second in a 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid in front of a world record crowd for a women's club match.
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Barcelona believe Matthijs de Ligt's desire to follow Frenkie de Jong to La Liga will help them win the race for the defender's signature.
Real Madrid agreed a €45 million deal to sign Vinicius Junior from Flamengo in May 2017, with the transfer made effective last July.
Manchester City are closing in on a summer deal for Saul Niguez after moving ahead of Barcelona in the race to sign the Atletico Madrid midfielder.
The Real Betis faithful serenaded Lionel Messi with a standing ovation on Sunday. He defines the joy in football, so what happens when he retires?
Thanks to Lionel Messi's hat trick, Barcelona went 10 points clear in Spain at the weekend and stay at No. 1 in my Top 10!
Mauricio Pochettino says Manchester United are a club built "to win big things" ahead of their Champions League quarterfinal against Barcelona.
It's not often a player gets a standing ovation ... from a stadium full of opposing fans. Such a plaudit is enough to top our Player Power Rankings.
Lionel Messi makes football look easy, far easier than almost anyone to ever play the sport. Yet he still finds ways to push further.
Luis Suarez scored as Barca triumphed 4-1 in Seville to move 10 points clear at the top but was unable to finish the match.
Lionel Messi scored his 51st hat-trick while Mohamed Salah's goal drought continued. Here are the best numbers from the weekend.
Lionel Messi was given a standing ovation by Real Betis supporters after scoring his 33rd La Liga hat trick in Barcelona's 4-1 win on Sunday.
Lionel Messi improved on his two-goal and two-assist performance in midweek, scoring his 51st career hat trick for Barcelona in a 4-1 win at Betis.