TOP 5 Barca: Iniesta eyeing Chelsea, Aleñà, Justin Kluivert, Griezmann, Steph Curry

Barcelona captain Iniesta doubtful for Chelsea - Valverde | Goal

"Iniesta is training separately at the moment," Valverde told a news conference. "Obviously we do not want to rush things, it's too early to say if he will be available for next week. We have similar players, although he is unique. We have similar profile players, Denis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho, Andre Gomes as well. Their characteristics are comparable and they could play in Iniesta's position." More here.

Is Aleñà ready for first team action at Barcelona? | The Barcelona Podcast

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Justin Kluivert: "It's nice to hear that Leo Messi wants you" | Sport

In an interview with Four Four Two, Justin Kluivert spoke about reports that Lionel Messi wants to play with him.

"I have heard those rumours too, but I don't know if they are true. I'm not in contact with him and only Messi knows what has gone on really, but it's nice to hear it." More here.

Barcelona must sell three player to sign Griezmann | Marca

Barcelona already thought about signing Griezmann last summer, but it was nearly impossible because of Atletico Madrid's price of 200 million euros. Now things have changed, as the players new contract has cut his buyout clause in half to 100m.

However, the club can only afford the Frenchman by selling other players. The other option is to use a loan, but club hierarchy aren't interested due to the already massive costs they face in the construction of the new stadium. More here.

Steph Curry praises Barcelona star Lionel Messi's 'creative genius' | ESPN

"I think it's the creative genius to what he does and a flair, but also there is a fundamental aspect to the flair," Curry said. "There's a lot of comparison, really, around the creativity and the innovation that we bring to our respective sports and trying to, I guess, impact -- I would say influence the next generation to try to push themselves as well." More here.

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