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Xavi: ‘It’s not the time to talk about Messi’s return’

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Xavi was again asked about the scenarios of Lionel Messi’s return to Barcelona and caused him to drop the notes.

Whatever Xavi does, it almost goes without saying that every time he speaks to the press he is asked a question about Lionel Messi.

This also happened before the game against Inter when the reporters again questioned him on this particular issue. However, the Barcelona manager was careful to downplay the tone, pointing out that the Spanish club is the home of the Argentinian superstar.

His relevant tirade in detail: “I think now is not the right time to talk about Leo’s return to Barca. He’s my friend, he’s fine in Paris, so are we…

Barcelona is his home, so let him keep calm and keep enjoying himself in Paris.”.

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Perez wants Nadal to succeed him as Real Madrid president

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Rafa Nadal is one of the people who would love to see Florentino Perez succeed Real Madrid if he leaves.

THE Florentino Perez At 75, he has been at the helm of Real Madrid for a total of 19 years.

He took over the presidency in his first term for six years (2000-2006) and in the second from 2009 to date and everything shows that he will hold office until 2025, when the elections are due to take place.

There are still two full years to go, but both Real and Perez are considering who could become his successor, with Rafael Nadal being one of the “candidates”, as reported by SPORT.

THE Pereth is a fan of the tennis player who, in addition to his sporting values, also recognizes his love for the team, which is why he appointed him ambassador of the club in March 2011.

In fact, in 2018, the president of the Merengues explicitly stated: “Nadal would be a wonderful choice for Real Madrid’s presidency.”

For his part, the Spanish tennis player said when asked about this statement by Perez in Sportweek in 2019: I never said I wanted to be Real Madrid president, I just answered that question.

And if you ask me if I want this job, I can only answer positively. In any case, Real Madrid have a worthy president who can guarantee all fans a great future.”

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Hazard announced his retirement from the Belgium national team

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A few days after the Belgium national team was eliminated from the World Cup groups, Eden Hazard announced that he is retiring from the national team.

The game against Morocco on December 1, 2022 will be his last Eden Hazard with the Belgian jersey after announcing on Wednesday (7/12) that he was retiring from his international career.


The 31-year-old Real Madrid winger, who has been with Belgium since November 19, 2008, has played 166 games with the national emblem on his chest, scoring 33 goals.

In fact, Azlar is the 2nd in the list of goalscorers in the team’s history, behind Romelu Lukaku, who ranks first with 68 goals.

“A page turns today. Thank you for your love. Thank you for your unparalleled support. Thank you for all this happiness we have shared since 2008. I have decided to put an end to my international career. The next in line is ready . I’ll miss you”he wrote in his post.

With Belgium, he finished third for the first time at the 2018 World Cup in his storylike sEngland won the small final in Saint Petersburg 2-0.

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Xavi: ‘If Messi wants, he can come back to Barcelona’

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Speaking at El Chiringuito, Xavi threw the ‘ball’ into Lionel Messi’s hand, stressing that if he wants he can return to Barcelona.

Xavi continues to believe Lionel Messi remains the best player in the world and speaking to El Chiringuito he left the door to Barcelona open for Pulga.

The Catalan coach threw the ball to the Argentine and stressed that he could return to the Camp Nou if he wished.


“If he wants to come back, then he definitely can” was his answer and he continued. And who wouldn’t want to coach him? It’s still number 1“, he said, and when asked about Cristiano Ronaldo’s place in the rankings, he said: “In the top three or five.

I would like to coach one of the top players, no matter who is in France, for example. I would like to coach Mbappe, Neymar, Messi and all these footballers.”

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