FC Barcelona news: January 26, 2021; Barca’s alarming financial problems revealed

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How to follow Rayo Vallecano v FC Barcelona – FC Barcelona
Barca are resuming their Copa del Rey campaign this week following their overtime win over Cornellà last Thursday. Their opponents in the round of 16 are second division club Rayo Vallecano away at Vallecas stadium in Madrid.

Recovery session – FC Barcelona
Recovery session at the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper after the 2-0 win over Elche away. Ronald Koeman’s men trained on Monday ahead of their next match, the Copa del Rey clash with Rayo Vallecano on Wednesday.

Frenkie de Jong’s explosion as a goalscorer – FC Barcelona
Dutch midfielder Frenkie de Jong said he was “happy” at the end of Barca’s 2-0 victory over Elche. An inventory that is reflected in the performance of the Dutch international on the ground. In a more offensive position in midfield, Barca’s number 21 feels more liberated and this has led to more goals.

Riqui Puig’s last goal with his header – FC Barcelona
Riqui Puig’s goal this Sunday against Elche was his first in official competition with the first team. The goal came from a header after a superb cross from De Jong which allowed Ronald Koeman’s side to consolidate their 2-0 away victory.

Pedri: “I have settled in well because I am at the Club where I want to be” – FC Barcelona
Pedro González, ‘Pedri’ watches his dream come true. He arrived at Barca this summer and his talent has led him to become an essential part of Ronald Koeman’s system. Something he’s proud of but doesn’t distract him from his goal of continuing to work hard to improve.

Barcelona on the verge of bankruptcy: € 1,173m in debt, € 730m in the short term
The financial figures at the heart of Barcelona’s news are increasingly alarming and a report by El Mundo gave more context to the figures, saying the club are on the verge of bankruptcy. The club have a debt of € 1,173m, of which € 730m is owed in the short term while € 266m is owed to banks as of June 30, of which € 90m is owed to Goldman Sachs .


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