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Camp Nou decay: Report finds pigeon nests

Barcelona overlooked serious hygiene issues at the club's 100,000-seat Camp Nou stadium, according to the company tasked with filing the report.

Why do Barcelona's stars play better during internationals? (1:18)
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Pogba out, Tchouameni in?

Paul Pogba's Man United future is shrouded in mystery -- ESPN's Insider Notebook has the latest. PLUS: United may have found their replacement.

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Pochettino thought Messi's PSG move was 'joke'

Paris Saint-Germain coach Mauricio Pochettino has revealed he thought it was a joke when he was first told of Lionel Messi's signing.

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Man Utd's Lingard eyed by Barca, Milan - sources

Jesse Lingard is wanted by Barcelona and AC Milan as he gets closer to the end of his contract at Manchester United, sources have told ESPN.

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Aguero nets first Barca goal in friendly debut

Sergio Aguero scored in a behind-closed-doors friendly on Wednesday as he made his first appearance for Barcelona since joining on a from Man City.

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Simeone: I asked Suarez if Messi would join Atleti

Diego Simeone said he wanted to bring Lionel Messi to Atletico Madrid this summer, saying he called Luis Suarez to ask if a deal was possible.

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Barca boost as Dembele, Aguero back in training

Barcelona's floundering attack was given a much-needed boost on Monday as forwards Ousmane Dembele and Sergio Aguero returned to training.

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Courtois blasts UEFA: We are not robots

Thibaut Courtois hit out at the governing bodies, saying players are being treated like "robots" in a packed football calendar.

Laurens: Laporta living in a 'care bear world' over Messi offer (2:08)
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Laporta: I had hope Messi would stay for free

Barcelona president Joan Laporta said he had hoped Lionel Messi would offer to play for free when the club could not afford to keep him.