Sergi Busquets has revealed his plans to continue his football career outside of Europe, expressing his reluctance to face Barcelona.
In an interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport, the midfielder expressed his desire to avoid encountering Barcelona as an opponent in crucial matches.
“I’m going to play outside Europe, I don’t know where yet,” Busquets stated, hinting at a potential move to a non-European club.
“I can’t think of having to face Barça as an opponent for important goals. It would be very difficult and I don’t want to.”
Since announcing his departure from Barcelona, Busquets has attracted interest from several clubs, including Al Nassr and Inter Miami, who have made contact with the experienced midfielder.
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As Busquets reflects on his illustrious career at Barcelona, spanning an impressive 18 years, he leaves behind an impressive legacy, having featured in 719 matches and securing a remarkable 32 trophies.
His extensive list of accolades includes nine La Liga titles, seven Copa del Rey titles, and three UEFA Champions League triumphs. Busquets’ contributions to Barcelona’s success cannot be understated, and his departure marks the end of an era for both the player and the club.