Sport Luis Suarez shirts go on sale in Barcelona

Images have surfaced on social media of shirts being sold in Barcelona with the Liverpool striker's name on the back

Neymar’s fee was originally quoted as €57m but a court has heard the true cost to Barça was €100m

Pete Jenson: The Nou Camp may one day have a mausoleum but Barcelona hope Neymar deal does not return to haunt them

A Different League: The Brazilian's fee was originally quoted as €57m but a court has heard the true cost to the Catalan giants was €100m

The Sport Matrix: Thursday 23 January 2014

Sunderland win on penalties to book date at Wembley

Manchester United are reportedly set to overcome fervent efforts from Atlético Madrid to hijack their £40m-plus move for Juan Mata

Transfer news round up: Manchester United close in on Mata; Rooney fancied by Real Madrid; Arsenal rejoin the hunt for Rodrigo

Your guide to the biggest stories of the day as the transfer window slowly hots up

Lacina Traore looks set to complete a move to Everton, subject to a work permit

Transfer news: Everton on verge of completing deal for Monaco striker Lacina Traore

A work permit for the player has been granted

Real Madrid want to take advantage of Wayne Rooney’s desire to play in the Champions League

Transfer news: Real Madrid ready swoop for Wayne Rooney as Manchester United plan to sell second tier future to players

Club must figure out how to keep their best players if they miss out on next season's Champions League

Ludovic Giuly trains in Chasselay ahead of Monts d’Or Azergues Foot’s French Cup last-32 tie against Monaco

Cup romance is French affair as Ludovic Giuly returns to take on mighty Monaco

Former international is back at his childhood club trying to topple the elite of Europe

Barcelona revealed their plans for the redevelopment of the Nou Camp Stadium

Barcelona set to redevelop Nou Camp to increase capacity to a staggering 105,000 - 15,000 more than its closest rival Wembley

Club president Sandro Rosell has confirmed that a vote will take place in April over whether to approve the build after plans for a new stadium were scrapped

Samuel Eto'o scored a hat-trick to beat Manchester United

Samuel Eto'o reveals he wants to quit Chelsea in the summer, and eyes move to Mallorca

The Cameroonian scored a hat-trick against Manchester United on Sunday

Cristiano Ronaldo at the Fifa Ballon d'Or awards alongside Franck Ribery and Lionel Messi

Fifa Ballon d'Or: Franck Ribery still fuming over award snub - 'Cristiano Ronaldo won nothing'

The Bayern Munich winger says he is no longer interested in the award

Andries Jonker

Arsenal appoint Andries Jonker: Wolfsburg assistant manager will become new head of academy

The 51-year-old will succeed Liam Brady in the role

Lionel Messi of Barcelona looks on after the la Liga match between Levante UD and FC Barcelona at Ciutat de Valencia ended 1-1

La Liga: Real Madrid close gap after Barcelona and Atletico Madrid draw

The top two teams both missed a chance to break clear

Samuel Eto'o celebrates his third goal against Manchester United

Chelsea 3 Manchester United 1: Player ratings from the Premier League game at Stamford Bridge

How the players fared in the Premier League clash at Stamford Bridge

A view inside Barcelona's stadium the Nou Camp

Ashes to Alves! Barcelona reveal plans to bury 30,000 fans under the Nou Camp

The idea of a mausoleum comes following requests from supporters

Barcelona striker Neymar is helped from the pitch

Neymar in race to be fit for Champions League meeting between Barcelona and Manchester City

The Brazil international is ruled out for up to a month

Sergio Aguero shoots during the 5-0 win over Blackburn Rovers after an eight-match absence for Manchester City

Sergio Aguero issues warning to Barcelona: 'Against Barca I will be ready'

The Manchester City striker is already looking forward to their Champions League meeting

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