The great Andres Iniesta is seemingly on his way out of Barcelona, bringing the curtain down on one of the all time great careers.
The legendary Spaniard was an indispensable part of the two legendary sides, Guardiola’s all-conquering Barcelona as well as the legendary Spanish national team.
Iniesta famously scored the winning goal in Spain’s World Cup triumph of 2010, as well being named player of the tournament in his national team’s victorious Euro 2012 campaign.
Along with Xavi and Busquets, Iniesta formed one of the greatest midfield partnerships in history, with benefited both Spain and Barcelona.
But now that he is moving on, Barcelona are tasked with replacing one of their all-time greats in the summer. The great Iniesta may be calling an end to his time at Barcelona, as the legendary midfielder is contemplating a move to China in the summer.
The addition of Coutinho in January will certainly ease out the process, but Barcelona should not rest and look to bring in someone before the next season.
Lionel Messi is seemingly at loggerheads with the Barcelona board, as the number ten wants academy graduate Carlos Alena to replace the outgoing Andres Iniesta.
The young academy graduate has been receiving plenty of praise, and is expected to make the move up very soon. But his talents have not been unnoticed, as Messi is aware that there are many clubs in Europe who would be willing to pay a large sum to snatch Alena away from the Nou Camp.
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