Rafinha Alcantara and Gerard Deulofeu, who were loaned out to Celta and Everton respectively last season, will form part of the 2014/15 Barcelona squad.
Today, Tuesday, they pulled on the shirt which they will wear this coming season and stepped out onto the Camp Nou pitch, the 'Azulgrana' outfit reports.
A year after playing together for Barça B, Rafinha and Deulofeu are teammates once again, but this time their lockers are in the first team dressing room.
In statements to the club website, Rafinha explained: "I trained here for seven years and coming back is really exciting; it's a challenge."
The midfielder knows exactly what he wants: "I hope to learn from these great players." Luis Enrique, who was also his coach at Celta, describes him as a man with "fighting spirit, someone who gives his all to do things right".
Meanwhile, Deulofeu said, "I'm very happy. I've really missed this." He also admitted: "I know there's competition and I think that is good."
The Barcelona striker's objectives are as follows: "I know the sort of football I can play and I'm going to try to help. I want to win titles and contribute everything I can."