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Spain's professional league (La Liga) is planning to offer international broadcasters the rights to show matches next season but the package will not include champions Barcelona and three other clubs.La Liga has 38 of the 42 professional clubs in Spain's top two divisions on board and has appointed Spanish broadcaster Mediapro as its agent to negotiate with interested parties but Barca, along with Espanyol, Celta Vigo and Real Sociedad, will not be included.La Liga President Javier Tebas said last week he hoped agreement could be reached with Barca and the other three clubs "in coming years".
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