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Barcelona's Luis Suarez and Arda Turan could be back to face Leganes

ESPN FC's La Liga expert Sid Lowe assesses Barcelona's start to the season and the reasons behind Luis Suarez's struggles.
Ernesto Valverde praises Luis Suarez's perseverance, as the Barcelona forward looks to add to his three goals this season.

Barcelona duo Luis Suarez and Arda Turan have returned to training ahead of Saturday's game at Leganes.

Both featured in Barca's first session of the week on Monday and are expected to be available for selection.

Suarez was left out of Uruguay's squad for this month's friendlies against Poland and Austria at his club's request in order to recover from a knee injury that has troubled him since the start of the season.

He was ruled out for a month after hurting his knee in the Spanish Super Cup defeat...

Arsenal in line to end Arda Turan's Barcelona exile

The FC panel debate if Arsenal will make a legitimate push for the Premier League's top four this season.
Stewart Robson and the ESPN FC panel talk Mesut Ozil and whether he can re-integrate himself into the Arsenal squad.
Stewart Robson expected far more from Mesut Ozil during his time at Arsenal and does not expect him to sign a new contract.

With the January window on the horizon, there's plenty brewing in the transfer market. All the latest deals and potential deals can be found here.

TOP STORY: Gunners may move for Barca's Turan

Arda Turan's Barcelona frustration could see him winging his way to Arsenal in January, according to the Mail.

Turkey international Turan has struggled for regular playing time since arriving at Barca two summers ago and has yet to make an appearance this season.

And the Mail, citing reports in Turkey, says...

Galatasaray 'working towards' signing Barcelona's Arda Turan

Barca claimed their 40th Joan Gamper trophy, with Brazilian side Chapecoense falling to the Catalans in the annual match.

Galatasaray president Dursun Ozbek has confirmed the club are working on a deal for Arda Turan with the midfielder's Barcelona career looks to be coming to an end.

Turan, 30, was one of just two outfield players -- the other being Douglas -- not to feature in Monday's 5-0 win against Chapecoense at Camp Nou despite Ernesto Valverde using all 11 substitutes.

Agent Ahemt Bulut has said several times this summer that the former Turkey international is not leaving Barca, but his future at the club looks...

Arda Turan, Rafinha lead list of players likely to leave Barcelona this summer

Naturally, all the focus is on whom Barcelona will sign this summer, but before they can strengthen their squad, they will need to rid themselves of some players first. Not just to make room for any potential incoming players, mind you, but to make some money, add to what is set to be a reduced transfer budget and to free up space on the wage bill: A recent report revealed they have the highest wage bill in European football.

Last summer's signings Andre Gomes, Paco Alcacer, Denis Suarez...

Arda Turan retires from Turkey duty after altercation with journalist

Arda Turan says he is done playing for the Turkey national team.

Arda Turan has announced his retirement from international football after clashing with a journalist while flying back from Turkey's goalless draw with Macedonia on Monday.

Reports in the Barcelona midfielder's homeland said he verbally and physically attacked journalist Bilal Mese after being angered by articles the Milliyet newspaper reporter had written relating to a pay dispute at last summer's European Championship.

Turan, 30, posted a long message on Instagram following the emergence of the...

Barca have tough task convincing top players to sign for bit-part roles behind 'MSN'

"Who doesn't want to play for a club as big as Barcelona?" 

Those were the words of Ajax defender Davinson Sanchez when he was asked about reports linking him with the Catalan club. Millions of kids across the globe would presumably give the same response. 

But Davinson's rhetorical question does not echo the thoughts of every professional footballer -- as Barca have been finding out over the last few years. There aren't many players who wouldn't want to play for Barcelona, of course,...