FIFA has rejected Barcelona's appeal against their transfer ban, meaning the Catalans cannot sign players in the next two windows
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Barcelona have announced they will appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after FIFA on Wednesday upheld their transfer embargo until January 2016.
The world's football governing body turned down the Catalan club's appeal to overturn a two-window transfer ban, which was handed to them in April due to concerns over the "international transfer of minors".
Gerard Deulofeu admits he was surprised that Barcelona allowed him to go out on loan again after completing his switch to their Primera Division rivals Sevilla - but he is determined to make the most of his "key" year in Andalusia.
– Sevilla forward Gerard Deulofeu
I'm very happy to be here, (new Barcelona coach) Luis Enrique told me that I wouldn't be playing, and from the first moment I had my mind set on coming to Sevilla.
It's a very good club, I have high expectations and hopefully we can have a great year together.
I was surprised by the decision that the manager took, but I'm going to enjoy this year very much. I want to focus on Sevilla.
I could be stronger with my defending, I'm going to work on that I hope that it's a better year than last, which wasn't bad but I failed to take that little step forward and I hope to be able to do it here.
I want to have a good year because it's key for my career.
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Luis Suarez came off the bench to make his first appearance for Barcelona in a 6-0 thrashing of Leon in Monday night's friendly match at the Nou Camp.
Thirty one days after he signed for the club, Suarez ran out on the pitch to great applause as he was finally unveiled as a Barcelona player in the pre-match build-up.
The 27-year-old, who was cleared to make his debut in the friendly by the Court of Arbitration for Sport, despite currently serving a four-month ban for biting Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini during the World Cup, was named on the bench.
Cesc Fabregas makes his competitive debut for Jose Mourinho's Chelsea tonight, exactly six months after telling his new Portuguese manager to "shut up."
The midfielder was speaking to our man Gabriel Clarke on February 18th after Barcelona beat Man City 2-0 in the Champions League, a day after Mourinho had claimed Fabregas was part of "the worst Barcelona of many, many years."
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Luis Enrique has revealed that Luis Suarez is likely to make his Barcelona debut in a friendly against Mexican champions Club Leon on Monday.
The Uruguayan's four month biting ban was upheld last week, but he can now train with the Catalan club and play in friendly matches.
– Barcelona manager Luis Enrique
He has been working hard when training alone.
So I think he can have a few minutes tomorrow in front of the fans.