The title and relegation battles may be settled, but it is all still to play for in the fight to secure a top-four finish. Arsenal are favourites to record a victory at Newcastle which will see them secure Champions League football next season, while Tottenham are odds-on to keep up the pressure by beating Sunderland.
The highly-rated 21-year-old made his first-team debut for Barca in November 2011 before going on to make 22 appearances last season, playing in the league, Copa del Rey and Champions League.
This season Tello has made 16 appearances in all competitions for Barca, having represented Spain at this summer's Olympics.
A Barcelona statement read: "Barcelona announce they have reached an agreement with the player Cristian Tello to extend his contract until June 30, 2016. His buy-out clause has been set at 10 million euros.
"The player will sign his contract on Monday, December 17, in the Barcelona offices."
m starting to think Roman may never actually be happy at the top level. If he wants all conquering fancy football I wonder if he'd be better off buying a lower division side then paying outlandish salaries to attract high caliber players too good for the division.
afa has to be favourite for the Everton job now, surely :) He'll realise his ambition to live and work on Merseyside again, get the best out of whoever plays for them, maybe win some cups and be thoroughly loathed by the toffee fans. What's not to like? Go ead, Ken, gimajob!