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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Real Madrid 16 4 2 52
2 Barcelona 15 6 2 51
3 Sevilla 15 4 4 49
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Juanfran focusing on Deportivo La Coruna despite Barcelona link

Alejandro Moreno examines Barcelona's current issues and discusses how they can salvage their sub-par season so far.
A fan celebrates getting De Bruyne's shirt, Messi has a motorcade in Egypt and more in The Sweeper.

Juanfran says speculation linking him with Barcelona is "not easy" but insists he's only focusing on Deportivo La Coruna's league game at Leganes on Saturday.

Rules in Spain would permit Barca to make an emergency signing after they were left without right-back Aleix Vidal for the rest of the season.

Local reports say Juanfran has emerged as the Catalan club's top target, but the former Real Madrid player is keeping his mind on this weekend's match, which pits the two clubs immediately above the...

Barcelona to open first academy in China in September

Alejandro Moreno examines Barcelona's current issues and discusses how they can salvage their sub-par season so far.
A fan celebrates getting De Bruyne's shirt, Messi has a motorcade in Egypt and more in The Sweeper.
The FC crew discuss the latest big-money offers coming out of China and react to Uli Hoeness' comments on CSL spending.

Barcelona have partnered with Mission Hills Group to launch a new FCBEscola in China, which will be the first football school of its kind directly managed by the club.

Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu and ambassador Ronaldinho arrived in Hainan, the smallest and southernmost province in China, on Thursday to present the project, which was approved by club members last October.

The Catalan club already have more than 20 FCBEscolas spread across the globe, including two in the United States, but...

Barcelona would welcome Isco move from Real Madrid - Jordi Alba

Alejandro Moreno examines Barcelona's current issues and discusses how they can salvage their sub-par season so far.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Shaka Hislop blame poor preparation and lack of creativity for Real's loss against Valencia.
Catch all the goals scored in LaLiga Santander 2016-17 match played between Valencia vs Real Madrid on February 22, 2017.
Watch the match highlights for LaLiga Santander 2016-17 match played between Valencia vs Real Madrid on February 22, 2017.

Jordi Alba says Isco would be welcome at Barcelona as the Real Madrid player dallies over his future at the Santiago Bernabeu.

Isco is out of contract next summer and has so far refused to commit to Madrid beyond then, saying recently that a decision will be made based on his involvement between now and the end of the season.

It's fuelled speculation that the Spain international may not only leave the club, but that he could make a sensational move across the Clasico divide to Barca.

"All good players...

Atletico defender Juanfran should not be able to join Barcelona - Luisinho

Juanfran has been linked with a move to Barcelona.

Deportivo La Coruna defender Luisinho has said teammate Juanfran "should not be able to leave" amid continued reports of interest from Barcelona.

Barca have until the beginning of March to decide whether they want to sign a right-back to replace the injured Aleix Vidal, who will miss the rest of the season with a dislocated ankle.

Although the transfer window has closed, rules in Spain would enable them to bring in a player on an emergency basis.

"Juanfran shouldn't be able to leave, given that...

How Barcelona is misusing Lionel Messi

Barcelona are still the best team in the world, according to former manager Pep Guardiola.

It might sound like heresy, but some of the issues troubling Barcelona at present center on one of the few players who are actually playing well. Lionel Messi has bailed out the Spanish champions more times this season than Luis Enrique will want to admit, curling home perfect free-kicks, converting cool penalties, controlling certain games on his own. Without him, the title race would be over. And yet the role the Argentine occupies has rarely been as inefficient as it is now.

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