Barcelona Coach Ernesto Valverde has confirmed the club is keen on bringing in a new striker following Munir El Haddadi’s exit.Munir completed a switch to Sevilla on a permanent deal leaving them with no senior back-up for Luis Suarez in the position, with the January transfer window now open.“Yes I would like an extra striker, there is a space now Munir has left,” Valverde told reporters, as cited by Football Italia.“We are a little short in terms of numbers, especially with the injury to Rafinha and now the transfer window is open we can rectify that.Quiz: How much do you know about David Villa? Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to test your knowledge about Spanish legendary forward David Villa.“We must be mindful of the financial aspects of any deal and if this is not viable, then we will look to players from the B team.“We need someone who can adapt quickly, who knows the league and is available to play immediately.“There can be no settling in period but if we cannot find that striker, then we will proceed with what we have already.”Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata and Tottenham’s Fernando Llorente are among the names linked to a Camp Nou move.
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Several vehicles were vandalised during a clash between workers of a readymade garments factory and police in Mirpur-1 area in Dhaka on Monday morning.Witnesses said workers of Meridian Garments took to the streets demanding payment of wages after they found the factory closed. They also saw a notice that said the factory would remain closed till 9 August.The agitated workers then blocked the road in front of Kiangsi Chinese Restaurant in the area around 10:00am and vandalised a number of vehicles.On information, police rushed in and a clash ensued when they tried to disperse the workers.At least nine workers were sacked from the factory at the beginning of the month.The workers also heard rumours that the factory building was being shifted from the area.Mirpur model police station sub inspector (SI) Aklima Akhtar said the workers were heading towards the BGMEA office at Karwan Bazar to press home their demands.