FC Barcelona News: 17 November 2022
A round-up of the newest Barcelona information and rumors
FC Barcelona to appeal against Lewandowski’s three game ban – FC Barcelona
FC Barcelona will put their case to the Appeals Committee in view of the three recreation ban handed out to Robert Lewandowski by the Disciplinary Committee. The Polish striker obtained the suspension after being despatched off for a second bookable offence within the 2-1 win over Osasuna in Pamplona in La Liga.
Best defensive record in Europe’s top five leagues – FC Barcelona
Xavi Hernández’s group go into the break for the World Cup in prime spot in La Liga thanks in no small half to their defensive talents this season. The blaugranes have conceded simply 5 objectives of their 14 video games within the league to date, one of the best report of any aspect from Europe’s prime 5 leagues.
Monchi wants to convince Barça’s Memphis to move to Sevilla – SPORT
Barcelona’s Memphis Depay’s future may lie at Sevilla, who’ve intensified the seek for a No.9 to assist heal their severe issues in entrance of objective, in response to varied media retailers within the Andalusian capital.
The Barcelona games Lewandowski will miss after RFEF ban him – SPORT
Robert Lewandowski will miss the following three matches in La Liga when the competitors resumes, the RFEF confirmed on Wednesday.
Marquez wants Pablo Torre to play for Barça Atletico this Saturday – SPORT
Pablo Torre will reinforce Barça Atlètic this Saturday if nothing modifications within the coming days. The Cantabrian has solely made one look for the B group, on September 24 towards Real Murcia, and this Friday (8:00 p.m.) he performs a match with the Spain U-21 aspect, a pleasant towards Japan in La Cartuja.
Laporta confesses Barça were interested in Liverpool’s Luis Diaz – SPORT
Barcelona missed out on one of many largest abilities in soccer in the mean time, Joan Laporta revealed this week, in reference to the Liverpool ahead Luis Diaz.
Chelsea monitoring Barça’s Dembele with €50m release clause active – SPORT
Ousmane Dembele’s two-year contract renewal, coupled with a €50 million launch clause, means he may very well be again in the marketplace in June and July.