FC Barcelona players including star Lionel Messi train ahead of La Liga Rayo Vallecano game. The Barcelona captain returns to training after sustaining an arm injury two weeks ago.
Barcelona’s Lionel Messi, Real Madrid’s Sergio Ramos, and other club captains in Spain’s top football league are poised to go on strike. That’s after ‘La Liga’ officials signed a deal with an American company to host regular season matches on US soil. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/9d0w
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