TOP 5 Barca: Parking The Bus, Deulofeu, Sergio Gomez, McGuane, Lozano

How can Barcelona break down teams who park the bus? | The Barcelona Podcast

Join Francesc and Dan as they debate how Barcelona can respond when opponents decide to defend deep, park the bus and hope for the best. Francesc is then joined by the brilliant Nuel Weinchard. The show ends with La Ronda of Quick-Fire Listener Questions.

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Sergio Gomez didn't even want to listen to Barça's counter-offer | Sport

Sergio Gomez's move to Borussia Dortmund has an unleashed an avalanche of criticism towards Barcelona, who have been accused of doing nothing to stop it. But the club are annoyed because they believe that the player (and his people) did not give them the opportunity to make a counter-offer.

Gomez, 17, has signed for Dortmund, then, who will pay his buyout clause, which was just three million euros. More here.

Deulofeu is Barca's eternally aspiring footballer | Marca

Just months after another Barcelona return, Gerard Deulofeu failed to gain Ernesto Valverde's confidence and departed Catalonia once again - this time to Watford.

Under the former Athletic Club tactician, the 23-year-old forward has participated in 17 games, 10 as a member of the starting lineup. He only managed to play a single full match and score a couple of goals in that time. More here.

England's Marcus McGuane is Barcelona B's fifth January signing | Sport

McGuane was being followed by a number of Premier League clubs, as well as other sides such as Napoli, but finally decided on Barça with his Arsenal terms expiring this summer.

He was a key piece of Arsenal's U21 side and made is first team debut in the Europa League this season. He has represented England at youth level and is also eligible for the Republic of Ireland. More here.

Agreement with Girona FC for transfer of Choco Lozano |

FC Barcelona and Girona FC have reached an agreement for the transfer of Antony Ruben Lozano to the latter.

The Honduran international striker, better known as ‘Choco’ Lozano and who joined the Barça reserves at the start of the season, has made 20 second division appearances this season, scoring four goals and providing three assists. He is now set to get his first experience of top flight football in Spain with the team currently tenth in the Liga table. More here.

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