• Barcelona beat Real Madrid to win LaLiga Promises
    Goal.com

    Barcelona beat Real Madrid to win LaLiga Promises

    Barcelona beat fierce rivals Real Madrid 3-2 in a thrilling final to win the LaLiga Promises tournament Sunday in New Jersey on and make it two titles in a week. Barcelona and Madrid to meet in Miami Clasico Fresh from winning out in the national tournament

  • Paulinho contemplates Barça offer; Guangzhou not interested
    Barca Blaugranes

    Paulinho contemplates Barça offer; Guangzhou not interested

    Brazilian midfielder Paulinho has been subject to interest from Barcelona, much to the surprise of the entire footballing community. The former Tottenham flop has rejuvenated his career in China with Guangzhou under Luiz Felipe Scolari. Having confirmed that he received an offer from Barcelona, the player said he is yet to make a decision on whether or not he wants to leave. “(Barcelona) contacted my agent. There is an offer, but in life and also in my career I find myself at a very happy stage now. When you are at such a stage, it's difficult to make a decision” —Paulinho Coach Scolari, however, insisted that the midfielder remains a key figure in his side and also mentioned how the €40m release

  • ESPNFC

    B team's promotion to second tier offers peek at future for Barcelona

    BARCELONA -- The football season finally came to an end in Barcelona on Sunday when the B team clinched promotion to the second tier of Spanish football. Gerard Lopez's young side sealed their place in Segunda A with a 4-1 aggregate win against Racing Santander. Does this mean we have a new generation of La Masia talent? Not necessarily. There was a lot of debate last season when a number of players who had come through the academy were allowed to leave to facilitate the arrival of players who the club felt were better equipped (if not necessarily Barca-style players) to help them achieve promotion into the second division. For example, the scorers against Racing -- Marc Cardona and Dani Romera