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Papers: Pjanic to Barcelona becomes harder, La Liga return official




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On today’s newspaper covers, the current situation regarding the Pjanic transfer to the Camp Nou has been explained. Also, La Liga’s return date June the 11th is highlighted.

According to Sport, Arthur’s refusal to enter the operation complicates the arrival of the Bosnian midfielder. Arthur Melo wants to stay at Barcelona, as he believes that Barça is ideal for his game. Juventus don’t accept any of the other players offered by Barça for a swap deal.

La Liga is returning officially on June the 11th. The competition will be resumed with Sevilla vs Betis, at 10 PM CET, as reported by Mundo Deportivo.

On Monday, the schedule of the first 4 rounds will be known and the green light will be given for group training.

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Papers: Barcelona dream of another comeback vs PSG

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Today is another huge day for Barcelona. Later on tonight, they will face Paris Saint-Germain in the second leg of their Champions League tie. Unfortunately, it will also be a big mountain to climb for the Catalans, regardless of the latest boost in morale. But, some optimism never hurt anyone.

The papers this morning are surprisingly optimistic too as Mundo Deportivo say that nothing is impossible.

Even though Barcelona are without Ronald Araújo and Gerard Piqué, they will do their best to beat a PSG who are without Neymar Jr. It should also be noted that the new president Joan Laporta has also travelled to France with the team, which should give them another boost.

SPORT are on the same page. Their title says that we are permitted to dream tonight and we couldn’t agree more.

Achieving another Remontada against PSG would be quite historic, to say the least. Ronald Koeman believes in his squad and it seems the media do too. This could be a sign the situation at the club is finally improving on all fronts.

Tonight, however, could still prove to be too big of a challenge. But at the end of the day, all we need is some fighting spirit and for the team to show they’re ready to battle it out. And then, if another miracle happens, we’ll all be there to embrace it together.

The most important thing is not to roll over and if we are to bow out of the competition, we should do it gracefully and with our heads held high.

After all, fortune favours the bold, right?

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