- Barcelona players have arrived Saudi Arabia for the semi-final of their Super Cup battle against Real Betis
- And upon their arrival, Barcelona players were seen vibing to the song of Nigerian singer Rema
- Xavi and his wards will want to shine in the game against Betis for them to reach the final of the competition
Players of Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona have been spotted arriving Saudi Arabia in style while listening to the music of Rema with the title as 'Come Down'.
Rema is one of the growing Nigerian musicians who has many fans in African and parts of the world thanks to his brilliant ways of passing his message.
While arriving in Saudi, Barcelona stars were seen in good mood with some of them even vibing to the song of Rema according to the video on Instagram.
What they are doing in Saudi
Barcelona are in Saudi to take on Real Betis on Thursday night, 12 January, in the semi-final of the Spanish Super Cup.
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The Catalans are one of the four teams that are in search of the first piece of major silverware of the season.
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Memphis Depay opens to joining Atletico
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Netherlands winger Memphis Depay is on the verge of leaving Barcelona in the January transfer window to join La Liga rivals, Atletico Madrid.
Atletico are desperate to sign a winger to replace Joao Felix, who joined Chelsea on a six-month loan deal, and has identified Depay as the perfect candidate.
Depay is open to joining La Rojiblancos this January on a six-month loan deal, with his contract with Barcelona set to expire in the summer.
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Atletico Madrid has intensified negotiations with La Blaugrana for the Dutch winger, as they have now shown concrete interest in the attacker - more than his other suitors.
Depay has endured a difficult season at Barcelona and has fallen behind the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Ansu Fati, Ousmane Dembele, Raphinha and Ferran Torres in the pecking order.
Barcelona manager, Xavi Hernandez has revealed he has no idea about the potential departure of Depay to the Spanish capital.