Published: Thu, May 17, 2018
Sport | By Cameron Gross

Outgoing Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta to decide on destination 'next week'

Outgoing Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta to decide on destination 'next week'

The Spain worldwide will this weekend bring down the curtain on a glittering career in Catalonia, where he started out as a youth player with Barca in 2001 before going on to help the team to nine LaLiga crowns and four UEFA Champions League titles, amongst his many other pieces of club and individual silverware. Iniesta tells Onda Cero radio that if nothing unusual happens then "this World Cup will be my last participation with the Spanish national team". He also was a key part of Spain's two European Championships in 2008 and 2012.

Spanish midfielder Andres Iniesta has revealed he will move either to China or Japan and will make his final decision "next week". "If I had made a decision to continue playing for Barcelona, then I would want to continue playing with Spain".

"After this season everything will be totally different", Iniesta said.

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Iniesta, 34, will bid farewell to Barcelona when he plays his final game for his boyhood club on Sunday against Real Sociedad.

He's had a hugely successful career both at club and worldwide level, lifting the World Cup along with the Champions League four times. Having joined Barca at 12 years old, Iniesta went on to become the Catalan club's joint-most decorated player alongside Lionel Messi.

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