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Pedro Rodriguez exploring options beyond Barcelona

Barcelona forward Pedro Rodriguez is certainly not having his best season at the Camp Nou. Despite having played a key role in the success achieved in previous seasons, the 27-year-old Spanish international has not enjoyed as much playing time as he would have hoped for this season. 

Competing with arguably the best front three in Barca history (Lionel Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez) is definitely not helping either. To be honest, Luis Enrique is right to keep Pedro as his fourth attacking option and, ultimately, if he isn't happy with his current role within the squad he is right to be looking for options elsewhere -- as long as he can leave a considerable transfer fee in the Barcelona accounts on his way out, of course.

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Barcelona target Danilo Luiz rumoured to be on way to Real Madrid

Barcelona newly appointed advisor Carles Rexach has gone on record to talk about the possibility of signing Danilo Luiz from Porto in the future. Surprisingly, the former Barca coach actually admitted that, according to his sources, the Brazilian international is in fact close to joining rivals Real Madrid instead.

Rexach has once again spoken to the media and caused unnecessary trouble. A simple "I have no comment to make on the matter" would have sufficed. As argued here, there is absolutely no need for Barcelona directors to talk about signing any players as every single person on the planet is aware that no transfers could possibly be completed until January 2016 due to the ban. Focus must remain on supporting those on the pitch by keeping calm behind the scenes and whenever facing the press.

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