Spanish Paper Talk: Marca Pay Tribute To Xavi After International Retirement

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Midfielder admits that Luis Enrique has reignited his Barca career.

All the latest headlines from the newspapers in Spain as Xavi is given a warm send off after his international retirement while Keylor Navas arrives in Madrid.


Image courtesy of Marca.

– Xavi hangs up his boots.

– The king of tiki-taka waves goodbye to the national team with one World Cup and two European titles to his honours.

– ‘It has been extraordinary, an honour, now I will be just another fan’.

– Keylor: ‘I am not here because I won the lottery’.

– The goalkeeper was excited when receiving the Madrid shirt from Florentino.

– Costa Rica goes crazy with the signing. 7,000 people at his presentation.

– Three men and one challenge. Iker, Navas and Diego trained together yesterday with the hope of a solution.

– In search of a goal.

– Arda, local hero, will lead the Rojiblancos today.

– ‘Iker and Diego are my guides’.

– The presentation of Keylor was followed live in Costa Rica in the early hours.

– Angel Di Maria trains at Valdebebas with a hope of resolving his exit.

– Jan Oblak has a break in his psoas (core muscle). It affects his hip and it will be tough for him to play the Super Cup.

– Xavi says goodbye to the national team. ‘From today, I am just another fan of La Roja’.

Image courtesy of Mundo Deportivo.

– Xavi confesses that it was because of Luis Enrique.

– ‘I thought that my time at Barca had ended but he has changed my mentality’.

– He leaves the national team. ‘I think that my cycle in La Roja has finished’.

– The Terrassa-born player and Mathieu don’t go to Geneva.

– Bartomeu: ‘Luis Suarez had better offers but he chose Barca’.

– A firm offer for Thomas Vermaelen. Today, a meeting with Fiorentina over Juan Cuadrado.

– Marine Messi. .Leo surprises with his new military look

– Neymar OK after a review.

– Diego Lopez contemplates whilst Keylor is presented.

– Pepe Reina goes with Pep Guardiola.

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