Sergio Busquets of Barcelona announces retirement. At the age of 34, Barcelona greatannounced his retirement from international football and ended his 13-year run with the Spanish national team. The midfield wizard played for Luis Enrique’s team, who lost during the round of 16 in the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup. Following their campaign, there had been rumors that Busquets might hang up his boots, and those have finally come to pass.
Fabrizio Romano, a transfer analyst, announced the news on Twitter and said that he also will decide on his future with Barcelona, with MLS team Inter Miami being linked. Busquets, who also won the 2012 Euro, was the final remaining member of Spain’s historic World Cup-winning team in 2010. He received 142 additional caps after making his official La Roja debut on April 1, 2009, against Turkey in the 2010 World Cup qualifications. He has played in more games for Spain’s national team than anyone other than Sergio Ramos (180) and Iker Casillas (167) combined.
With the club changing under head coach Xavi, there are suggestions that Sergio Busquets may also end his career at Camp Nou. The 34-year-old will decide on his future with a club in the upcoming months. Inter Miami, owned by David Beckham, has been connected to the player. Busquets will be remembered as one of the greatest Blaugrana players ever with around 700 appearances and more than 30 championships.
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