2019 Season

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2019 Schedule
8-1-3, 1st in Spanish Primera División
Mbappe in & Modric out at Real Madrid? (1:37)
2d
Why Griezmann's partnership with Messi may never take off (1:35)
2d
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3dSam Marsden and Moises Llorens

Sources: Barca put off by €100m Haaland tag

Barcelona are interested in signing Erling Haaland but they're put off off by his €100 million price tag, sources have told ESPN FC.

Messi's set-piece numbers intensifying GOAT debate (1:47)
3d
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4dSam Marsden

Barca, Madrid separated in four-team Supercup

Barcelona and Real Madrid could meet in the final of the Spanish Super Cup in Saudi Arabia in January after being kept apart in Monday's draw.

Is Lionel Messi defying his age with current form? (1:30)
5d
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7dSid Lowe

La Liga's two-team dominance might be over

Real Madrid and Barcelona traditionally dominate in Spain but this season has shown that the rest are genuinely catching up.

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7dMoises Llorens and Sam Marsden

Sources: Barca's Suarez dilemma amid MLS link

Barcelona are facing a Luis Suarez dilemma with sources saying they would be unsure what to do should the striker receive a concrete offer from MLS.

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7dShaka Hislop

Power Rankings: Liverpool leap into first place

A pair of narrow wins have moved the European champions back to the top of Shaka's list. Further down the ranks, there are four new entries.

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9dMoises Llorens and Sam Marsden

Sources: Barca give Valverde vote of confidence

Ernesto Valverde's Barcelona future is under threat, with sources telling ESPN FC there is increasing "concern" about how the team is playing.

Moreno: Barcelona's struggles resemble Argentina (1:11)
9d
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9dSam Marsden

Pique pleads patience as Barca booed off pitch

Gerard Pique asked Barcelona's supporters for some patience after the players were jeered off the pitch following Tuesday's goalless draw.

RankingsSpanish Primera División

Goal Difference181st
Goals Scored331st
Assists231st
Goals Conceded15Tied-7th