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Barca President not ruling out possible Messi and Iniesta comeback

Nov 18, 2021


barca president not ruling out possible messi and iniesta comeback

Image: Reuters

Lionel Messi and Andres Iniesta could return to Barcelona in the future.

Barca President Joan Laporta hinted that a comeback is possible after the club managed to re-sign Dani Alves.

Alves is Barca's first signing under new head coach Xavi in a season long deal.

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Looks like Man United already planning to replace Solskjaer

barca president not ruling out possible messi and iniesta comeback

Image: Reuters

Man United are reportedly already planning to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

The under-fire manager has been under immense pressure after United lost three of their last four EPL matches.

It is believed Brendan Rodgers is their top candidate, however the Leicester manager would rather wait until the end of the season before joining United.

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Everton reportedly keen to sign Donny van de Beek on loan

barca president not ruling out possible messi and iniesta comeback

Image: Daily Mirror

Everton are reportedly keen to sign Man United's Donny van de Beek in January.

According to ESPN, Everton are interested to sign the midfielder on a loan deal until the end of the campaign.

van de Beek has been struggling for regular playing time at United, having only played 16 minutes in the Premier League this season.


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