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Ivan Rakitić Completes FC Barcelona Move

CroatiaCroatia international Ivan Rakitić completed his move from Sevilla FC to football giants FC Barcelona on Monday…

Rakitić (26), signed a five-year contract with the Catalan side from Croatia’s World Cup camp in Brazil. Barcelona reached an agreement with FC Sevilla that includes a two-year loan of Denis Suarez to Sanchez Pizjuan. An integral part of Niko Kovač’s Croatia squad at the World Cup in Brazil, Rakitić spent three seasons at Sevilla, scoring 15 goals in 59 appearances during his final year. (FC Barcelona)

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