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A round-up of the key football stories from across La Liga on Sunday, 22 February


Aug-22 13:41 first published at 13:41 PM

1-4 Real Sociedad FC Barcelona: Everything is coming together! – FC Barcelona For the first hour, there were some terrifying moments. Even though he took the lead after only 44 seconds. But it all worked out in the end, and FC Barcelona cruised to their first league victory of the 2022/23 season.
FC Barcelona’s Robert Lewandowski scores his first goal of the season.
Robert Lewandowski is Barcelona’s first goal scorer in 2022/23. The Pole needed only 44 seconds to break the deadlock at the Reale Arena with a professional finish that Lex Remiro had no chance of saving.
‘I’m just so happy for the players,’ says Xavi – FC Barcelona
The Barça coach, birthday boy Robert Lewandowski, Pedri and Dembélé react to Real Sociedad’s fantastic win.
Lewandowski dedicates his first Barça goals to his late father – SPORT
Robert Lewandowski was beaming as he spoke to the media after scoring his first goal for Barcelona in Sunday’s 4-1 win over Real Sociedad.
Chelsea is looking into Aubameyang alternatives as they try to reach an agreement with Barcelona on a fee – SPORT
Chelsea are looking into alternatives to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, including Alvaro Morata, after becoming frustrated with their attempts to reach an agreement with Barcelona.
Villarreal have stated that they will not negotiate a transfer for Foyth to Barcelona – SPORT
Juan Foyth started for Villarreal in their 2-0 win over Atletico Madrid at the Metropolitano on Sunday, and he will be difficult to lure away this summer.
Chelsea’s interest in signing Barcelona midfielder De Jong has been cooled by Tuchel – SPORT
After Chelsea’s 3-0 loss to Leeds United on Sunday, coach Thomas Tuchel appeared to downplay the club’s interest in Frenkie de Jong. Chelsea, along with Manchester United, have held talks with Barcelona about a potential deal for the Dutch midfielder.
Manchester United are preparing a last-ditch move for Frenkie de Jong – Football Espaa
This week, Manchester United is preparing a final transfer move for Barcelona star Frenkie de Jong. Since the start of the transfer window, United has been involved in a long-running transfer battle to sign the Dutch international.

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