Xavi: Messi’s move to Barcelona is uncertain and highly dependent on his goals

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Xavi Hernandez has assessed Barcelona’s state of play ahead of the 36th LaLiga Santander matchday against Valladolid in Pucela.

The coach from Terrassa has said that he will make rotations, but he has been categorical in confirming that they will go for the victory. Continue Reading>>>>

 

He also referred, among other issues, racism in football and the arrival of Lionel Messi.

Talking about the upcoming game against Valladolid, which means a lot more for the home side who are fighting relegation.

“What happens, in these matches, is that those who are most in need get the result,” Xavi told the press.

“Like Espanyol against Rayo, or us against Real Sociedad. But we’re going to win, we’ll put out the best possible team to get the three points.

Racial abuse of Vinicius Jr
One of the major topics in Spanish football right now is racism as Vinicius Jr was abused from the stands once again on Sunday night, this time away at Valencia.

“In general, unfortunately, there are cases of racism,” Xavi continued.

“Unfortunately. It’s a pity. It’s sad and regrettable that it will happen in 2023. To condemn it, there are no shields, players or clubs.

“It has to be condemned, like what happened yesterday to Vinicius in Valencia.

 

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