There seems to be a level of angst unseen ever before at Barcelona. The loss of Neymar was unforeseen, and now, Barca can only blame themselves.
In the penultimate game of the International Champions Cup in the U.S., world soccer’s greatest rivalry was played for the very first time in America.
Many news outlets have reported that Madrid are on the verge of breaking the bank for Monaco sensation Kylian Mbappe. Would this be the right move?
Real Madrid have quietly been doing their business this summer—signing quality youngsters and selling benchwarmers—while building up a ton of cash to spend.
Although Barcelona hasn’t had many La Masia graduates break into their first team recently, that could soon change with Valverde advocating for more youth.
While the chase for Marco Verratti has come to a nonchalant end for Barcelona, they could still rectify their midfield situation with these midfielders.
No words can describe the achievements that Messi and Ronaldo have attained. They haven’t altered the game insomuch as they’ve been a deviation.
Barcelona’s right-back problem has been an ever-present thorn for the Catalans. We look at three right-backs who’d fit the bill for the Blaugrana.
You know it’s reached peak silly season when rumours of a Cristiano Ronaldo return to Manchester United surface