Lucy Bronze is absolutely loving life in Barcelona! | Football Focus | BBC Sport

Lucy bronze is absolutely loving life in barcelona! | football focus | bbc sport

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Football Focus’ Liam MacDevitt travels to Barcelona, Spain to meet up with England’s Euro 2022 winning defender Lucy Bronze as she settles in to her new city after a summer move from Manchester City to FC Barcelona.

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