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Barcelona right-back Dani Alves has been sidelined for up to two weeks with a calf injury.
The Brazil international was forced off 26 minutes into Sunday's 4-1 win over Malaga and the club later confirmed the 27-year-old has suffered a tear in his right calf.
Alves is expected to be out for 10-15 days, ruling him out of the league games against Racing Santander and Hercules.
He will also miss the second leg of Barca's Copa del Rey quarter-final at Real Betis on Wednesday - although the La Liga leaders hold a 5-0 lead from the first leg - as well as the first leg of the semi-finals should they progress.
Alves has been a key figure in helping Barca reach a league record tally of 52 points at the halfway stage of the season.
However, the former Sevilla man's future is still up in the air after failing to negotiate an extension to his contract, which runs until June 2012.
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Spain manager Vicente del Bosque is looking for versatile players and guys who can play in different positions at more or less the same level.
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Santos forward Neymar is planning to move to Barcelona - but not until 2014 according to his own father.
Arsene Wenger is yet to rule out signing Thierry Henry but has refused to confirm Barcelona's David Villa is a target.
Oriol Romeu would welcome the signing of David Villa with open arms if the striker ends up moving to Stamford Bridge.
Neymar has ruled out the possibility of moving during the January transfer window.