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Vidal leaves Barca tour for Sevilla - sources

Barcelona
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SPANISH SEGUNDA DIVISIÓN

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Málaga 7 1 1 22
2 Granada 6 2 1 20
3 Deportivo 5 3 1 18
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Barcelona allow Aleix Vidal to leave U.S. tour to seal Sevilla move - sources

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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Barcelona have given Aleix Vidal permission to leave the team's training camp in the United States and return to Europe, where sources have confirmed to ESPN FC he will finalise a move to Sevilla.

Sevilla will pay a fee in the region of €10 million to re-sign Vidal, who left the club in 2015 for Barca.

Vidal, 28, will land in Barcelona on Saturday before completing a medical and finalising his return to the Sanchez Pizjuan.

Therefore, he will not be available for Barca's...

 By Chris Wright

Man United's UCL exit summed up by Rio Ferdinand in emoji form

Ex-Manchester United pair Rio Ferdinand and Paul Scholes were left seething after watching their former side go meekly crashing out of the Champions League on Tuesday night.

The duo were both in the BT Sport studio at Old Trafford to watch on as Sevilla knocked Jose Mourinho's limp side out of the tournament at the last-16 stage.

Struggling to put his frustration into words in the aftermath, Ferdinand instead chose to lean on a couple of relevant emojis.

That feeling right now.... 😡 #MUFC #UCL

A post shared by Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) on

We dare say United fans made full use of...