Last train of the Barça before the final without the 4 lesionados

Published:26/05/2017 - 09:11h

Updated:27/05/2017 - 22:46h

The players of the FC Barcelona exercised this Friday for the last time before the final of Glass of the King 2016-17 on the lawn of the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper. Luis Enrique could not have the four players at present lesionados

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The FC Barcelona trained this Friday in the morning in the field Tito Vilanova of the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, ultimando the details of face to the final of Glass of the King 2016-17 against the Sportive Alavés in Vicente Calderón.

The trainer of the FC Barcelona, Luis Enrique, went back to have to his orders to all his available players, to exception of the four effective that at present find lesionados and already are of "holidays", since they will not play against the Sportive Alavés.

It treats of Sergi Roberto, Luis Suárez, Rafinha Alcántara and Jeremy Mathieu, although the two first no longer could contest the final of Glass by sanction. The one who himself exercised again with the first team was Marlon Santos, that has all the ballots to go back to be summoned.

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Aleix Vidal also went back to exercise without problems, and Luis Enrique already left clear in the last press conference that is possible that was included in the announcement as long as it receive the seen well of the medical services.

Neymar Jr And Leo Messi went out the last to exercise and once again the good roll remained patent on the lawn between the players. All are convinced that the best possible farewell for Luis Enrique will be winning a title, the one of Glass of the King 2016-17. The ambition will not be missing in any of the footballers culés, already prepared mentally for the appointment of this Saturday.

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