Barcelona's one year transfer embargo ended today, and they marked it by ratifiying 77 new signings.
Two have been registered for the first team: Aleix Vidal and Arda Turan. Both joined last summer in order to spend five months not playing for Barcelona.
Most of the players joined the youth teams, with 29 players joining the under 10 squads, an organisation splendidly titled "Benjamin".
Among those registered for these teams is Daniel Gudjohnsen, son of former Barcelona and Chelsea forward Eidur. He has joined Benjamin B, which is the under-10s second string, and not a not-too-subtle reference to the film Benjamin Button, which features a protagonist who gets progressively younger.
A Benjamin Button style phenomenon is likely to be the only scenario which will see Daniel Gudjohnsen continue his family's proud tradition. In 1996, Eidur Gudjohnsen made history when he replaced his father as a substitute in an international match with Iceland. It looks unlikely repeated by Daniel, unfortunately, as Eidur - albeit still playing football in China - is aged 37, and is unlikely to still be playing when his son makes his professional debut.