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Laporta: I'll sign Pogba at Barca

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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2014/2015 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Barcelona 30 4 4 94
2 Real Madrid 30 2 6 92
3 Atletico 23 9 6 78
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Barcelona's Martin Montoya near 2-year Inter Milan loan, agent says

With Martin Montoya set to join Inter Milan, ESPNFC's Janusz Michallik assesses whether their summer transfers can propel them back into the UCL.

Barcelona right-back Martin Montoya is set to join Inter Milan on a two-year loan, according to the La Masia graduate's agent.

Montoya, 24, was long seen as the likely replacement for Dani Alves on the right side of Barca's defence, however he has never really established himself as a first team player at the Camp Nou and was again a bit-part player throughout the 2014-15 season.

Alves extended his Barca contract by two years at least at the end of that campaign, while Barca also have €5.5...

Joan Laporta vows to sign Paul Pogba if he wins Barcelona election

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believes Paul Pogba is being used due to the Barcelona elections, where he feels he's certainly not headed to Barca this summer.

Barcelona presidential candidate Joan Laporta has said he fully expects to sign Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba if he is re-elected next month.

Pogba, 22, has been strongly linked with clubs including Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City despite a reported €100 million price tag.

The France international has also become a big story in the build-up to the presidential election at the Camp Nou, with Laporta and outgoing club chief Josep Maria Bartomeu both claiming they are well...

 By Ian Holyman

Monaco's Aymen Abdennour wanted by Barcelona and Liverpool - agent

Abdennour impressed in Monaco's run to the Champions League quarterfinals last season.

Barcelona and Liverpool want to sign Monaco defender Aymen Abdennour, the player's agent has told Spanish newspaper AS.

Abdennour, 25, impressed with his performances in Monaco's run to the Champions League quarterfinals last season.

The Tunisia international signed a four-year contract last summer, arriving at the principality club from Toulouse following a loan spell in an estimated...

 By Ben Gladwell

Barcelona's Martin Montoya in talks with Inter Milan - agent

With Martin Montoya set to join Inter Milan, ESPNFC's Janusz Michallik assesses whether their summer transfers can propel them back into the UCL.

The agent of Barcelona full-back Martin Montoya says he is currently in talks with Inter Milan over a transfer of his client to the Serie A club.

A two-year loan deal -- after which they will have an option to buy him for €8 million according to Sport -- is reportedly being discussed and Juan De Dios Carrasco has told Calciomercato.com that he is optimistic about an agreement being reached.

"We're talking to Inter about Montoya," Carrasco said. "Let's hope there could be a good conclusion...

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Barcelona presidential candidates blast Gerard Deulofeu departure

Everton and Barcelona have reached an agreement for €6 million over winger Gerard Deulofeu.

Barcelona presidential candidate Jordi Farre has hit out at the sale of Gerard Deulofeu to Everton, saying: "They've destroyed La Masia."

On Thursday, Everton announced they had agreed a deal to sign the player for €6 million.

Deulofeu, who spent the 2013-14 season on loan at Goodison Park, has agreed a three-year contract with an option for a further season and will join on July 1.

But Farre voiced anger at the departure of the home-grown winger, with Marca quoting him as saying it showed...