‘Passing wizard’ Andres Iniesta, 39, of Spain, has revealed that he wants to continue playing beyond his ripe old age.
“My time in Japan is over,” Iniesta recently told the Associated Press, “I still have the ability to play.” “I don’t know where I’m going to go,” he added, “but my heart is to play more.” 메이저사이트
Iniesta, a former Barcelona player, signed for Bitselgobe five years ago in 2018. He signed a three-year deal that was extended for two more years. Iniesta’s contract with Kobe ends in July. Iniesta has made three substitute appearances in J.P.S.F. this season.
Iniesta won the 2010 World Cup, reached the top of the European Champions League four times, and won nine Spanish Primera Liga titles. He has received interest from MLS, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates, among others, according to ESPN. “I really don’t know where I’m going,” Iniesta said.