Saturday, January 11, 2014

Barcelona Expect Everton's Deulofeu Out Two Months

Barcelona to Extend Iniesta's Contract Until 2018

Deulofeu suffered a hamstring injury during the Toffees' 4-1 victory over Fulham last Saturday with the youngster expected to be out of action for up to five weeks. "The striker Gerard Deulofeu, who played this season on loan to Everton , will recover from injury in Barcelona in co-ordination with the medical services of the English club," read a statement from the La Liga club. "The player has this afternoon undergone testing by the medical services of FC Barcelona have confirmed the biceps femoris muscle injury in his right leg. "The downtime is approximately six to eight weeks. The recovery will be in Barcelona in conjunction with the medical services of Everton FC."

Lionel Messi enters final stage of injury recovery as Barcelona return nears

Lionel Messi enters final stage of injury recovery as Barcelona return nears Rosell says "we have shaken hands, agen judi bola terpercaya that's good enough, especially with a person like Andres." The 29-year-old Iniesta came up through Barcelona's youth teams agen judi bola terpercaya has helped it win three Champions League titles agen judi bola terpercaya six Spanish league titles. Rosell says Iniesta will likely sign his new contract on Monday. Rosell also says that Barcelona is "more than delighted" to hagen judi bola terpercaya over documents related to the signing of Neymar to a judge considering a lawsuit regarding the Brazilian's cost to the club.

Messi has been sidelined since the Liga clash with Real Betis on Nov. 10 with a torn left femoral bicep, agen judi bola terpercaya has spent the past three weeks recuperating in his native Argentine at the headquarters of the Argentine Football Association. Barca sent sporting director Andoni Zubizarreta agen judi bola terpercaya club doctor Ricard Pruna to check up on Messi's progress taruhan bola agen judi bola terpercaya the club has now announced that the Ballon d'Or holder is progressing as planned as he looks to be fit in time to return to action after the winter break. "Tests on Friday on the premises of the AFA have confirmed that Messi has completed the clinical stage of his recovery.

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