Manchester United's target, Yerry Mina's future is hanging in the balance as despite strong interest from several clubs' including the Red Devils, his current club, Barcelona are yet to make any final decision about the Colombian international.
Jose Mourinho apparently is not the only one who is having some problems with players returning late from their holidays ahead for pre season as a slightly similar situation is being suffered by Chelsea's new boss, Maurizio Sarri.
The future of French international striker, Antoine Griezmann continue to be an interesting subject as the current season coming to an end.
Griezmann's current club, Atletico Madrid are not particularly happy though with the rumors regarding their star player's future, notably regarding the Frenchman's continuous link with Barcelona.
Andres Iniesta's long adventure with Barcelona is coming to and end as the player himself has confirmed that he will be departing Camp Nou once this current season ends.
Iniesta made his statement in a recent news conference stating that it was a difficult decision for him to leave Barca, but he simply doesn't want to be a hindrance for his side in the coming future.
Barcelona got themselves involved in another Champions League miracle, though this time they were in the losing end following a shocking 3-0 defeat from AS Roma, which also means that the Italian are through into the semifinals round.
Liverpool once again showing their ability to surprise every opponents in the Champions League as they defeated Manchester City 3-0 at Anfield on Wednesday.
Already defeating Pep Guardiola's men 4-3 in their last Premier League meeting, The Reds were looking confident since kick off as they put on an intense pressure towards their rival.
Only finishing as runners up in previous World Cup certainly left a bitter taste for Argentina players, notably their super star Lionel Messi.
The Barcelona player admitted that their defeat in 2014 was a disappointing part of his career, while stating that this upcoming World Cup will probably his last shot to win it for Albiceleste.
Barcelona secured their spot in the quarter finals of this year's UEFA Champions League after eliminating Chelsea 4-1 on aggregate.
Drawing 1-1 on their first meeting at Stamford Bridge, Barca immediately took the attacking initiative and got themselves an early lead through their star player, Lionel Messi, who once again showcasing his prowess.
Getting their act back together with recent victories, including their latest comfortable 4-0 win in FA Cup, Chelsea consider themselves ready for an important Champions League clash against Barcelona.