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Barcelona failed in bid for Bayern Munich teen Timothy Tillman - agent

Timothy Tillman has represented Germany at youth level but is eligible to play for the United States.

Barcelona failed in a bid to land talented Bayern Munich teenager Timothy Tillman, according to the player's agent.

Tillman, 18, joined Bayern from Greuther Furth for €500,000 in 2015 and impressed in this year's UEFA Youth League despite seeing his side eliminated at the group stage.

An attacking midfielder by trade, Tillman has represented Germany at youth level but is also eligible to play for the United States due to having an American father.

"There was an offer from Barcelona," his representative...

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Barcelona add 6 from Barca B to Champions League squad

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has included midfielders Gerard Gumbau and Juan Camara from Barca's reserve team in his 24-man squad for the Champions League.

Both players take up the spots of summer signings Aleix Vidal and Arda Turan, who cannot feature for the European champions until January when Barca's...

 By John Duerden

Teenager Seung-woo builds bridge between Korea and Barcelona

Seventeen-year-old South Korean Lee Seung-woo looks set to be promoted to Barca B, the path many legends, including Lionel Messi, have taken before making the first team. Photo credit: Lee Seung-woo

Just five years ago South Korea fell out with Barcelona in a big way when the arrival of the Catalan giants provoked a furious reaction on a sultry summer's night.

The perceived attitude, the lack of interest in the country and a prematch media conference from Pep Guardiola -- one that would have been seen as frosty had it come the night before a title-deciding Clasico instead of what was supposed to be a brand-building, fan-attracting exercise -- all left something of bad taste in the mouth.


 By Lee Roden

Montoya exit another example of disturbing trend at Barcelona

It isn't controversial to say that Martin Montoya's departure from Barcelona for Internazionale on Friday passed with minimal fuss.

The shadow of Dani Alves has blocked the younger right-back's path to the Blaugrana first 11 for a couple of years now, and when a reunion with his old Barca B boss Luis Enrique still wasn't enough to push him up the club's pecking order, it felt like the final nail in the player's coffin had been hammered home.

Montoya's tale is a cautionary but familiar one,...