TOP 5 Barca: Stefan De Vrij, Messi injury, Puyol, Neymar, Andre Gomes


Barcelona are still keeping track of De Vrij | Marca

Stefan De Vrij could be about to move away from the Serie A. The Lazio defender's contract expires in June and he could make a move to the Camp Nou on a free transfer.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter had already reached the advanced stages of negotiations, however Barcelona have now entered the fray and the player could reconsider the proposed move to Milan.

Puyol 'doesn't see any problem' with Neymar joining Real Madrid | Goal

nd while joining Los Blancos would doubtless still be considered an unforgivable betrayal among supporters of the Catalan giants, Puyol is realistic about the prospect.

"I think he could join Madrid, yes. I don't see any problem with it. He's a professional and it's not that far-fetched. I think it'll be difficult for him to leave PSG, though, because they spent a lot of money on signing him."

Why Barcelona are right to be concerned about Messi's injury | Barcablog.com

Barcelona are hugely dependent on Lionel Messi's form, and everyone around the world is fully aware of it. The Argentinean star is the engine that keeps Barca's attack running, always eager to step up to take responsibility and lift his team to victory. If the Blaugranas are currently leading La Liga with a comfortable 11 point lead over Atletico Madrid, favourites to overcome Roma in the quarter-finals of the Champions League and only 90 minutes away from conquering the Copa del Rey again, it is all as a result of Messi's influence.

Barcelona's plan to sign Griezmann before the World Cup this summer

Barcelona plan to put their foot on the accelerator in the coming weeks to close the signing of Antoine Greizmann for next season as soon as possible. Aware of Atletico Madrid's attempts to keep hold of their star player and that the player has said publicly he wants things sorted before this summer's World Cup, Barça will work on finding a solution as soon as they can. Negotiations to finalise the deal will develop on three fronts.

The first objective Barça have is to prevent the France forward's arrival breaking their salary limit.

Madrid CFF v Barça Women: Crucial comeback (1-2) | FCBarcelona.com

The blaugranes needed this win against Madrid CFF to continue fighting for the league title. The home team took the lead at the start of the second half and Fran Sánchez’s players were able to turn the game around through strikes from Alexia and Losada. Also, the game saw Mariona Caldentey make her first team return after four months out injured.

Both sides began tentatively in attack with both defences on top. Alexia was prominent in the early stages as she looked to create opportunities. Barça began to have more of the ball and they went close through Mapi León and Olga. However, the home team’s keeper Paola was equal to the task.

Who should Barcelona sell, sign and promote this summer? | The Barcelona Podcast

Francesc and Dan answer the key questions in every Cule's mind, including: What is the secret behind Valverde's success this season? Should Cules be concerned about Ronaldo challenging Messi for the Pichichi award in La Liga? Is there any weight in the rumours reporting neither Messi nor Suarez want Griezmann at Barca? Should Paco Alcacer be sold this summer?