Joan Laporta

Joan Laporta

Joan Laporta

  • Date of Birth: 29 June 1962
  • Birthplace: Barcelona, Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

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      Joan Laporta: 'Ousmane Dembele wants to stay at Barcelona'
      , and the likes of Manchester United , Liverpool and Juventus are believed to be keen to sign him on a free transfer. Laporta has
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      Manchester United midfielder offered to Barcelona

      Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has reportedly been offered to Barcelona by his representative.

      Liverpool midfielder agrees to join Barcelona

      Barcelona have reportedly won the race to sign Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum on a free transfer.

      Arsenal defender could be heading to Barcelona

      Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin could make the switch to Barcelona when the transfer window reopens this summer.

      Barcelona plan to step up interest in Manchester City star

      Barcelona are reportedly planning to step up their interest in signing Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero this summer.

      Arsenal to compete with Tottenham for £36m attacker?

      Arsenal could compete with Tottenham Hotspur in the race to sign Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig this summer.

      Barcelona offer contract to Manchester City star

      Barcelona have offered a contract to Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero ahead of a possible summer move.

      Arsenal defender could be set for Barcelona move

      Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin could make the move to Barcelona this summer after Joan Laporta was elected as the club president.

      Barcelona will move for Arsenal defender this summer

      Barcelona will make a serious attempt to sign Hector Bellerin from Arsenal, should Joan Laporta win the presidential election.

      The Wijnaldum-Thiago Debate at Barcelona

      Barcelona is trying to start the squad renewal, or so, for the next season. The latest debate amongst the Board of Directors, the Catalonian sports media, and the fans: who to sign for the midfield, whether Georginio Wijnaldum or Thiago Alcántara. Who did Koeman ask for? Wijnaldum.

      The fall of La Masia – is Barcelona’s dominance in Spain coming to an end?

      La Masia is the former home of the legendary FC Barcelona youth academy, where the club’s future prodigies would practice together, live together and develop their budding football abilities under the beating fury of the Catalonian sun.

      Barcelona wanted Yaya Toure stay

      Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola has brushed off talk that he froze Man City midfielder Yaya Toure out of his plans for the future, insisting that he wanted to keep the Ivory Coast international.

      Barca sign Ibra. Eto, Hleb to Inter

      FC Barcelona are all set to land Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Inter milan for a hefty £34.6M plus Samuel Eto'o. The transfer will also see Aleksander Hleb moving to San Siro on a one year loan deal.

      Laporta backs Guardiola

      Barcelona president Joan Laporta has backed Pep Guardiola to become a success at the club, despite a difficult start to life at the helm in charge of the Nou Camp giants.

      AC Milan Sign Ronaldinho

      Italian giants have finally signed the Brazilian ace Ronaldinho from FC Barcelona for almost 21 million euros.

      Barca confirm Ronaldinho bid

      Barcelona have confirmed that Manchester City have lodged a £25 million offer for Brazilian superstar Ronaldinho. Joan Laporta confirmed that the club had received an offer over the weekend for the player.

      Barca B coach calls for calm

      FC Barcelona B coach Luis Enrique Martinez has called for calm at the club in the aftermath of the the club president Joan Laporta suffering a popularity crisis at Camp Nou.

      Ronaldinho could stay at Barca

      According to fresh reports emanating from Spain, the disoriented Ronaldinho could be persuaded to linger on at FC Barcelona beyond the summer. Incoming coach Josep Guardiola is said to be in deep discussion with the club's board to carve a way through for the 28-year old Brazilian ace to remain at Camp Nou.

      Laporta ready to let Ron go

      Joan Laporta has opened the door for Brazilian star Ronaldinho to leave Barcelona. The striking ace has been linked with a move to Serie A, with AC Milan linked with a move for the forward.

      Eto'o will leave Barcelona

      Barcelona president Joan Laporta has admitted for the first time that Cameroon international striker Samuel Eto'o is almost certainly likely to leave the club in the summer.

      Barcelona want Dani Alves quick

      FC Barcelona are leaping forward to complete the signing of right back Daniel Alves from Sevilla as early as this week so that they can unveil the player next week.