Spain's Jordi Alba (L) and Paco Alcacer celebrate a goal during their Euro 2016 Group C qualification soccer match against Luxembourg in Logrono, Spain October 9, 2015. REUTERS/Vincent West
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Barcelona are on the verge of completing a reported 30 million euro ($33.57 million) move for Spain international Paco Alcacer from Valencia after the striker arrived for a medical with the La Liga champions Monday.Alcacer, who turns 23 Tuesday, came through the ranks at Valencia and made his debut in 2010, although he spent the 2012-13 season on loan at Getafe.Should the move go through, Alcacer will become the fourth Barcelona player to join from Valencia in the last four years.
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