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Martin Braithwaite gives good news to Barça

Before you continue signing up, FC Barcelona is obliged to insist on its ‘exit operation’. The azulgrana are working simultaneously on several folders to free up their dressing room and, thus, welcome the players that Xavi Hernández has asked for to strengthen their squad and make it capable of fighting for next season’s titles.
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Martin Braithwaite considering offers from MLS & Middle East

FC Barcelona forward Martin Braithwaite is considering potential moves to Major League Soccer and the Middle East, 90min understands. Braithwaite has two years remaining on his current Barcelona deal but it's thought the club want the 31-year-old to leave much sooner than that - either securing a loan transfer this summer or paying the rest of his contract to get him off the books.
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Martin Braithwaite: Barcelona striker to have knee surgery

Barcelona striker Martin Braithwaite is set to undergo knee surgery. The Denmark international, 30, suffered injury to his left knee in the 2-1 win against Getafe on 29 August. Barcelona said the injury had not responded to "conservative treatment" and he will have surgery in the "coming days." It adds...
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Martin Braithwaite faces potential injury lay off until 2022

Barcelona striker Martin Braithwaite could now be sidelined through injury until 2022. The former Leganes attacker netted twice in La Blaugrana’s season opening 4-2 win over Real Sociedad before being forced off injured against Getafe two weeks later. Braithwaite has not featured for Ronald Koeman’s side since then but initial...
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Barcelona down to bare bones as Martin Braithwaite ruled out until 2022

Barcelona are down to the bare bones of their attacking options after Martin Braithwaite suffered a knee injury that could rule him out for three to four months. The Blaugrana have been forced to rely on the previously unwanted forward for the new season, following the departures of Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann in the summer transfer window.
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Martin Braithwaite remains sidelined on Denmark duty

Barcelona star Martin Braithwaite looks set to miss the bulk of the international window with Denmark. Braithwaite was forced off in the second half of La Blaugrana’s 2-1 win over Getafe last weekend with initial scepticism over whether he would be fit to join up with Kasper Hjulmand’s squad. However,...
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Gerard Pique and Martin Braithwaite put Barcelona 2-0 up against Real Sociedad

Barcelona have cruised into a 2-0 half time lead in their 2021/22 La Liga season opener against Real Sociedad. La Blaugrana have made a positive start in their first 45 minutes of action following Lionel Messi’s high profile departure to Paris Saint-Germain this month. Despite the pressure on the Catalan...
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Wolves transfer news: Barcelona make Martin Braithwaite available

Wolves have reportedly been offered Martin Braithwaite by Barcelona, as the Catalan giants look to bring down their wage bill. Barca are currently unable to register any new players - including Lionel Messi, who has reportedly agreed a new five-year deal to stay at Camp Nou - due to exceeding the La Liga salary cap.
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Martin Braithwaite is the second-richest player at Barcelona after Lionel Messi

The Dane wears number nine at Camp Nou, and given Messi is currently a free agent following the expiration of his contract with Barcelona he’s technically the richest player at the club. Braithwaite joined Barcelona from Leganes mid-way through the 2019/20 season, making 40 appearances for the blaugrana and scoring...
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Euro 2020: Martin Braithwaite scores fourth to seal Denmark victory over Wales

Euro 2020: Martin Braithwaite scores fourth to seal Denmark victory over Wales. Martin Braithwaite wraps up a 4-0 win for Denmark over Wales, firing in a stoppage-time goal given after a VAR review, to seal their place in the European Championship quarter-finals. REACTION: Wales v Denmark - watch, listen &...
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