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Barca presidency race heating up

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 By Lee Roden

Barcelona and Luis Enrique need to choose Adama's next move wisely

In an exclusive interview with ESPN Deportes, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says he has received no bids for Pedro.

When it comes to wide players, Barcelona's track record with academy products hasn't exactly been stellar in recent years.

Since Pedro Rodriguez established himself as a key figure in the Pep Guardiola era, a number of noteworthy young wingers have attempted to cross the road between the Miniestadi and the Camp Nou, but none have managed to successfully complete the journey.

Electric but ultimately underwhelming, Cristian Tello quickly discovered that raw pace wasn't enough at the very highest level...

Messi, Suarez, Neymar trident to strengthen in second Barcelona season

Barcelona coach Luis Enrique comments on his team's International Champions Cup performance against Chelsea and says that there will be no further departures from the team this summer.
Messi, Suarez and Neymar are arguably the best attacking trio in the world.

Luis Enrique is very fortunate to have arguably the most spectacular attacking trident in over 115 years of Barcelona history at his disposal. While the Catalans' much-improved defensive stability also played a considerable part, it is clear that the historical Champions League, Liga and Copa del Rey treble achieved last season would have been impossible without difference-makers Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez and Neymar.

Undoubtedly, Messi is the most talented footballer to ever wear the Barcelona shirt....

 By Lee Roden

Sergi Roberto seeking to impress Luis Enrique at Barcelona

FC Barcelona head coach Luis Enrique has spelled out his ambition to win three more titles before the year is out.

Patience is not a virtue Sergi Roberto lacks. The Tarragona native has been going on preseason tours with the FC Barcelona first team since 2010, working hard to make an impression that could lead to competitive minutes later on.

With the pay-off never arriving, he finds himself back in the same situation this summer, hoping yet again for his big break. For once, that hope may not be in vain.

Talked up as the next big thing to come out of La Masia in his teenage years, the memory of the enormous...

Real Madrid, Barca, Sevilla's different approaches to the transfer market

ESPN FC's Craig Burley speculates that the Spanish giants might be holding out on selling Sergio Ramos' to Manchester United with their eye on a trade for David de Gea.

The cast list? David De Gea, Sergio Ramos, Aleix Vidal, Marco Asensio, Arda Turan, Yevhen Konoplyanka, Steven N'Zonzi, Adil Rami, Danilo, Nicolas Otamendi, Gael Kakuta and Ciro Immobile. The film title? "Star Wars: The Revenge of The Transfer Market."

If you pose the following question -- "Were transfers always as bizarre, tense, idiosyncratic and eccentric as they are now?" -- the answer would have to be a resounding no. When clubs could buy at any time of the year business was easier to do,...

Barcelona fall to Manchester United in Leo Messi's absence

Wayne Rooney, Jesse Lingard and Adnan Januzaj all notched goals as Manchester United defeated Barcelona 3-1.

Barcelona were deservedly defeated by Manchester United 3-1 in their second match of the International Champions Cup. Rafinha scored a late goal for the Blaugrana, who enjoyed 61 percent of possession, created 18 goal-scoring chances and attempted 13 shots, six of them on target and three to the post.

There was little more than the players' pride at stake when the two major European clubs met on Saturday. However, Luis Enrique took the game seriously and decided to field a strong starting XI consisting...

 By Andy Mitten

Manchester United renew Barcelona rivalry with another U.S. meeting

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney sits down exclusively with ESPN FC to discuss his emotions following their 2009 and 2011 Champions League defeats to Barcelona, who have become one of the benchmarks in football over the past decade.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Think of games between Manchester United and Barcelona games and the Champions League finals of 2009 and 2011 jump to mind. The two games still provoke frustration among United fans, players and coaches, because a very good team didn't do themselves justice on either occasion.

"We knew how to play against Barcelona and we did that for the first 10 minutes, but you need to do it for 90 minutes," recalled United's then-goalkeeping coach Eric Steele of the 2009 final in Rome. "You...