Barcelona's Andres Iniesta: Next move not about boosting wine brand

Barcelona's Andres Iniesta: Next move not about boosting wine brand

"I will get the coaching certificate and in the end, like with everything, you start gradually and then you want to continue to go up".

But where the Spain global is heading to next remains unclear, with Australia and Japan mooted as possible destinations after he was initially expected to be heading to China. There are things to seal, little details and I will try and choose the best option.

"I'm trying to enjoy it because there's not long left".

The 33-year-old was given a miniature yellow submarine by Villarreal, whose nickname is "The Yellow Submarine".

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The Yellow Submarines presented the Barcelona Spanish national team captain with a miniature yellow submarine as the Spaniard will be drawing down the curtain on an eventful career in the La Liga at the end of the season.

"He'll have offers from around the globe but the A-League offers a great competition to play in and the Australian lifestyle, and we saw with Del Piero and others that that is an attraction".

Kobe sports director Atsuhiro Miura insisted that reports club president Hiroshi Mikitani had offered the Spanish World Cup victor a three-year deal and a salary of $30 million were wide of the mark.

Asked to confirm reports Mikitani had made an offer for Iniesta, Miura said "such talks have definitely not taken place".

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"If you look at the ownership when I arrived and what it is today, it has become completely world-wide", Wenger said. So we have to share the money but nobody is interested in you", Wenger added".

"To be honest, that amount of money doesn't seem realistic to me".

Neymar's future as a PSG player has come under threat after the Paris club were ousted by Real Madrid in the round of 16 of the Champions League this year.

"We will determine with (the clubs) how this is going to work - do we go out and use $3 million to go and hook one big fish, or three small ones?" he told reporters.

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