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Barcelona announce signing of Sevilla's Lenglet

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Barcelona announce Clement Lenglet signing from Sevilla

Gab Marcotti explains Paulinho's move back to Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande and wonders if Barcelona has another big move coming soon.

Barcelona have completed the signing of Sevilla's Clement Lenglet after the defender deposited his €35.9 million release clause with the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) on Thursday.

Lenglet, 23, agreed personal terms on a five-year deal with Barca last week before telling Sevilla of his intention to join the La Liga champions. 

Barca believed that would pave the way for negotiations with Sevilla -- instead of paying the buyout clause, they were hopeful of striking a deal which...

Barcelona vs. Sevilla: Spanish Supercup will be one-off match

Gab Marcotti explains Paulinho's move back to Chinese club Guangzhou Evergrande and wonders if Barcelona has another big move coming soon.

The Spanish Supercup between Barcelona and Real Madrid will be played on Aug. 12 at a neutral ground as a one-off fixture, the country's football federation announced on Monday.

La Liga and Copa del Rey champions Barcelona will take on Sevilla, the cup runners-up, in the Spanish Supercup, the traditional curtain raiser for the season.

Sevilla last week rejected the proposal made by both Barca the federation to play the Supercup as a single game and instead wanted a two-legged affair as it has always...

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Sevilla reject Barcelona and Spanish Federation proposal for one-legged Supercup

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Sevilla are unwilling to play the Spanish Supercup as a one-off fixture and insist they want a two-legged affair as in the past.

La Liga and Copa del Rey champions Barcelona will take on Sevilla, the cup runners-up, in the Supercup in August for the traditional curtain raiser to the season.

The Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) met with Sevilla and Barcelona on Thursday afternoon to finalise the date due to Sevilla's Europa League involvement next month, but no agreement was reached. 

"Due...

Sevilla director tells Barcelona that Clement Lenglet is not for sale

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Barcelona will have to pay Clement Lenglet's €35 million release clause if they want to sign the Sevilla defender this week.

The La Liga champions would prefer to negotiate a deal with Sevilla and would even be willing to pay more than the clause if it meant they could spread the payment over several instalments.

However, Sevilla director of football Joaquin Caparros says they have no plans to sell Lenglet and have said as much to Barca.

"Let's get one thing clear, something we've always said:...