Saturday, 4 July 2015

Barcelona legend Andres Iniesta welcomes Pogba and Arda Turan news

Arda Turan and Paul Pogba would be welcome additions to Barcelona, says Andres Iniesta.
Barca have already seen an €80 million offer for Pogba rejected after a consortium met with Juventus officials in Italy this week.
Arda, meanwhile, is expected to leave Atletico Madrid this summer and Barca presidential candidate Josep Maria Bartomeu has confirmed that Luis Enrique wants to sign the Turkey international.
And Iniesta says both players would be welcome additions to the club as they look to mount another title challenge on all fronts next term.
"Pogba's a player that every great team wants to have. He's a young lad but with the talent and the strength for the best teams. If he comes and can be with us, he'll be well received," he said to reporters.
"He's a great player, a great talent with a lot of quality," he added of Arda. "If he ultimately comes, he'll be welcome, as any other team-mate would."
Iniesta also expressed his delight at Dani Alves' decision to sign a new contract and the arrival of Aleix Vidal from Sevilla.
"It's phenomenal that Dani will continue. I think he's one of the best signing in a long time," said the Spain star.
"Vidal's had a great season and he comes to a great team to keep improving."
Iniesta also believes Neymar will continue to learn as a player following his Copa America suspension for a post-match outburst at both players and the referee.
"I know more or less what happened, not in the dressing room but on the pitch. Ney takes a lot, sometimes it's difficult but he's learning. He's still young," he said.
Finally, the World Cup-winner from 2010 stated that Barca have every intention of going for a clean sweep of trophies in 2015-16 following their treble triumph in the past season. "The six titles are an objective," he added. "Almost nobody thought we could win another treble, and almost no-one thinks we can win six titles because it's very difficult. But we have the players and the team to try to get it."


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