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SPANISH PRIMERA DIVISIÓN

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Barcelona 18 4 5 58
2 Real Madrid 16 8 3 56
3 Sevilla 13 8 6 47
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Sources: Tears, BBQ at Ronaldinho prison exit

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Tottenham ready to bring Coutinho back to Premier League

The winter transfer window is closed, but now it's time to look ahead to the summer! Here are the new rumours floating around Europe's big leagues and beyond.

TOP STORY: Tottenham to go after Coutinho?

According to The Mirror, Tottenham Hotspur could enter the race to sign Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho this summer.

The Brazilian is on loan at Bayern Munich but has been unable to make the desired impact in Germany, and now he's being offered out to Premier League clubs as he eyes a return to...

Barcelona crisis continues as board sees dramatic resignations

Sid Lowe dives into Barcelona's reported interest in Neymar in light of players taking wage cuts.
Sid Lowe breaks down La Liga's projected timetable to return to playing matches with May 28 as an early date.

Barcelona's institutional crisis deepened on Thursday as six board members resigned, citing disagreements over how the club is being run by president Josep Maria Bartomeu.

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Among those to step down were two of the club's four vice presidents, Emili Rousaud and Enrique Tombas. Directors Silvio Elias, Josep Pont, Jordi Calsamiglia and Maria Texidor also handed in their notice.

The...

Lionel Messi calls Inter Milan rumours, Ronaldinho bail help 'lies'

Gab Marcotti breaks down Lionel Messi's comments towards the Barcelona board following wage cuts for players.

Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has denied reports linking him with a move to Italian side Inter Milan, branding a story suggesting the contrary a lie.

In a post made on his Instagram account on Thursday, Messi also said that a story suggesting he posted former teammate Ronaldinho's $1.6 million bail this week is made up.

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Barcelona vice president feels betrayed by request to step down

Craig Burley looks back on Barcelona's UCL final win vs. Man United and says he's never seen a better side.
Ale Moreno says Barca's stance on Philippe Coutinho is clear with the 'major loss' they'd take on selling him.
Gab Marcotti breaks down Lionel Messi's comments towards the Barcelona board following wage cuts for players.

Barcelona vice president Emili Rousaud has said he feels betrayed by Josep Maria Bartomeu, who asked him to step down from his position at the club via a telephone call earlier this week.

Sources told ESPN on Wednesday that Bartomeu wants at least four members of his board to resign as huge fractures emerge behind the scenes at Camp Nou.

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The internal sparring started in...

Ex-Barcelona star Ronaldinho had BBQ with tearful inmates before release - sources

After serving 32 days for being accused of an adulterated passport he has now been placed into house arrest.
ESPN FC's Julien Laurens explains the incredible circumstances that landed Ronaldinho in jail in Paraguay.

Inmates were in tears as they held a barbecue to say goodbye to Ronaldinho this week after the former Brazil star was placed on house arrest following 32 days in a Paraguayan prison, sources have told ESPN.

Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto Assis, who is also his business manager, were incarcerated in Paraguay since March 6 for attempting to enter the country with falsified passports, even though residents of Brazil do not need passports to enter their landlocked neighbour.

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