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Barcelona forward Carles Perez has joined Serie A side Roma in a deal worth an initial €11 million, the two clubs confirmed on Thursday.

A further €4.5m is potentially due in performance-related add-ons. Perez has signed a contract with Roma until 2024.

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Perez's departure leaves Barcelona short in attack after negotiations over a move for Valencia striker Rodrigo Moreno...



Perez 8/10, Fati 7/10 as rotated Barcelona bounce Inter from Europe

Ale Moreno feels Barca should break the bank for Harry Kane, not Inter's Lautaro Martinez.

Ansu Fati became the Champions League's youngest scorer ever as his late goal helped Barcelona beat Inter Milan 2-1 and knock the Italians out of the competition.

Inter needed only to match Borussia Dortmund's result -- the Germans beat Slavia Prague 2-1 -- but were unable to win against a much-changed Barca side at the San Siro on Tuesday.

The Spanish champions, who had already qualified as group winners, took the lead in the first half through Carles Perez, but Romelu Lukaku's deflected effort...