Messi and the 'holy cows' of the Barça go back of the rest

Published:25/10/2017 - 15:33h

Updated:25/10/2017 - 15:33h

Leo Messi and the rest of indispensable players of the first team of the FC Barcelona went back to train under the orders of the technical body of Ernesto Valverde this Wednesday, after having been able to enjoy of some days of rest

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The big star of the FC Barcelona, Leo Messi, and the rest of his mates usually 'headlines' in the alignments of Ernesto Valverde returned this Wednesday to the work in the Ciutat Esportiva Joan Gamper, after having had of a day of rest after the last victory harvested in League Santander 2017-18 against the Málaga, and with the will already to prepare the duel in front of the Athletic in Saint Mamés.

Leo Messi, Luis Suárez, Andrés Iniesta, Sergio Busquets, Paulinho, Ter Stegen and Samuel Umtiti were the players of the first team that did not travel to Murcia this past Tuesday, and that this Wednesday went back to train to the orders of Ernesto Valverde.

To them they joined the third guardameta, Adrián Ortolá, and also Jordi Alba that it could receive the high doctor in question of few days, and that foresees that it go in in the list of summoned to play against the Athletic of Bilbao next Saturday.

Jordi Alba can play in Saint Mamés

Jordi Alba could complete the session of training with total normality, and beside his mates began to prepare already the visit to one of the most complicated fields of LaLiga Santander as it is The Cathedral of Saint Mamés, in what it will be a very moving meeting for Valverde after five years training to the 'lions'.

This Thursday is foreseen that they incorporate to the trainings the rest of footballers of the first staff of the FC Barcelona that did not exercise today, when having played in the last hours the gone of dieciseisavos of final of Glass of the King against the Real Murcia.

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