Official: Munir leaves Barcelona for Sevilla

FC Barcelona have pub­licly declared the depar­ture of Munir El Had­da­di to Sevil­la after reach­ing an agree­ment to trans­fer the play­er. The Cata­lan club will receive 1.05 mil­lion euros for the strik­er. How­ev­er, Bar­ca pub­licly thank the Span­ish for­ward for his com­mit­ment over the years and wished him suc­cess in the future.

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Atletico Madrid also interest in Munir

It is obvi­ous that Munir El Had­da­di one of the few Bar­ca La Masia grad­u­ates in the first team of FC Barcelona will be depart­ing the club for good. Although it seems very def­i­nite that his next club will be Sevil­la and Span­ish press have also report­ed that the agree­ment on the striker’s move to his new club has already been reached. But Atleti­co Madrid has now joined in the chase for Munir.

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Valencia’s goalkeeper Diego Alves may join Barca on big trade

Valencia's Diego AlvesWith Bra­vo on the verge of join­ing Man­ches­ter City, FC Barcelona are already on the look out for a sub­sti­tu­tion of Bra­vo and as rumor have it, it would be Diego Alves. Accod­ing to Catalun­ya Radio, the Paco Alcac­er deal will res­ur­rect and this time, Los Che goal­keep­er will be includ­ed in it.

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Luis Enrique: Our Top Class Goalkeepers are under Contract

Enrique on LeicesterAfter 90 min­utes of play for FC Barcelona against Leices­ter City, Luis Enrique was high­ly pleased with the per­for­mance from his side, although the sec­ond half of the game was a bit prob­lem­at­ic. The Blau­grana coach only had good words for his play­ers in an inter­view.

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Good Start to Pre-season as Barca Wins 3–1 against Celtic

Barca celticThe first game of FC Barcelona after the 2015/2016 sea­son was against Celtic which end­ed 3–1. The play­ers flew down to Dublin where the game took place. Fans in Dublin were thrilled to see Lionel Mes­si and Luis Suarez. Arda Turan and Munir are the first and third goal scor­ers from the Cata­lan club side while the sec­ond goal is an own goal.

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Munir: I Just Had to Wait for My Moment and Here it is

MunirMunir El Had­da­di  is cur­rent­ly the Copa del Rey top scor­er and the forth high­est goal scor­er in FC Barcelona again helped his team to make the open­ing goal in the clash against the tough side Mala­ga. The goal makes it his sev­enth goal of the sea­son in all com­pe­ti­tion, his sec­ond all time La Liga goal in his career and his first La Liga goal this sea­son.

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Barca’s Scale Through to 2–1 Victory Over Malaga

Messi celebratesOn Saturday’s La Liga meet­ing with Mala­ga, FC Barcelona’s Munir made the open­ing goal of the clash while Messi’s ensured the vic­to­ry of the game against Andalu­sian club. Despite the edgy vic­to­ry, Clau­dio Bra­vo made some cut­ting edge saves that was able to put Bar­ca at the top with fight for ball pos­ses­sion (32%-68%), Bar­ca were short of shots on tar­get (9–6) by their league rival. How­ev­er, the game lacked the usu­al con­vinc­ing win for Bar­ca although is an away game for a tough rival in recent meet­ings.

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Barca Wins 2–1 Against Athletic Bilbao

BarcaA good result for FC Barcelona although the result could have being bet­ter against Ath­let­ic Club Bil­bao in San Mames. The 2–1 vic­to­ry for Bar­ca away was scored by Munir and Ney­mar respec­tive­ly in first half of the game while Ath­let­ic for­ward scored their only goal in the 89th min­utes of the game. A lit­tle error from Dani Alves saw the Blaigrana’s lead reduced which made the hope of the Basque club come alive. In the last minute of the game, Ter Ste­gen made a ter­rif­ic save which deprived the oppo­nent of a draw in the first leg of Copa del Rey quar­ter final.

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