The Danish legend can see him playing for the Catalans at some point in the future.
His side were beaten 2-1 by Mark Hughes' team on Saturday.
Sunderland lost to West Ham United in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.
Queens Park Rangers beat Birmingham City 2-0 yesterday.
The West Brom boss believes he is on the same level as the Tottenham and Leicester City stars.
Carl Frampton emerged victorious over Scott Quigg last night, but how did Twitter react to the Northern Irishman unifying the super-bantamweight division?
Arsenal take on Martial's Manchester United at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Martin Keown and Graeme Le Saux praised West Ham winger Michail Antonio.
Wolverhampton Wanderers only recently signed Jeremy Helan from Sheffield Wednesday.
The two sides meet in the Capital One cup final on Sunday afternoon.
The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder did everything asked of him against the Swans.
Lord Sugar wants Tottenham Hotspur to start focusing on next weekend’s match against Manchester United.
Scotland's squad in 6 years time will include current Glasgow Rangers, Celtic, Leeds and Newcastle players, according to FM17.
One Celtic fan compared Kolo Toure to the Glasgow Rangers defender.
Celtic barely picked up three points at Fir Park on Saturday.
The Aston Villa boss was linked with the Leeds star when manager at Premier League Hull City.
Queens Park Rangers midfielder Karl Henry criticised Nottingham Forest star Henri Lansbury following the match against Newcastle United.
The Nottingham Forest midfielder was involved in two highly controversial incidents on Friday night.
Aston Villa and Sheffield Wednesday are named as Jordan Rhodes suitors.
Could Arsenal star Mesut Ozil return to Real Madrid?
The UK would face a decade of massive economic uncertainty with potentially disastrous consequences for business and the pound if it were to vote to leave the EU, the Europe minister says.
From Hollywood heart-throb to heart-breaking hobo: Richard Gere will use his celebrity capital this week to raise awareness of homelessness as he arrives in the UK to promote a film in which he plays a man living on the streets.
Few comedians – and none as adept at exposing prejudices – have been given a stage as politically primed as the one Chris Rock will command as host of Sunday’s Academy Awards.