La lucha del Barcelona por el dinero continúa, ya que el lateral derecho Nélson Semedo podría terminar en la Premier League al final de la semana, informa ESPN.
In this picture: Ivan RakitićSource- Ramón Navarro FC Barcelona has reached an agreement with Spanish club Sevilla for the transfer of the 32-year-old midfielder, Ivan Rakitić. Croatian midfielder Ivan Rakitić has completed his move back to his former club, Sevilla. Per multiple reports, the 32-year-old had his medicals with the Andalusian club yesterday. The former Sevilla man has always shown his desire to return to the city of Seville. Sevilla will pay FC Barcelona 1.5 million euros plus 9m in variables for the player who joined the Catalan club in 2014. He won 13 titles with Barça in his tenure of 6 years at the club, including a UEFA Champions League final goal. Tomorrow, the club will organize a farewell ceremony and
In This Photo: Ivan RakiticSource: Getty Images Europe) According to SPORT, FC Barcelona midfielder has already closed in on a transfer to Sevilla and the Catalan club will receive a transfer fee through variables. After taking over the managerial seat at Camp Nou, Ronald Koeman had made his intentions clear over few names in the Barça squad who he didn't count on for the upcoming season. Croatian midfielder, Ivan Rakitić was one of the names on that list, and the 32-year-old is now set to join Sevilla. The 2015 UEFA Champions League final goal scorer had made his intentions clear, either to join his former club, Sevilla or stay and fulfill the remaining year of his contract. In such a situation, the
Barcelona's Lionel Messi (L) and Athletic Bilbao's Inaki Williams (R), in front of the Camp Nou/ Photo montage by Blaugranagram An Ivan Rakitić strike from inside the area on 71 minutes gave FC Barcelona the all-important victory over a resolute Bilbao on Tuesday night, as the Catalan giants went three points ahead of Real Madrid at the top of La Liga. As fireworks sounded outside the Camp Nou due to the Catalan festivity of Sant Joan, it is fair to say there were no fireworks or sparkle on the pitch for FC Barcelona. Before tonight's game, the top of La Liga could not have been tighter. Thirty games into the season only two goals in the goal difference column separated Barça, from top