Barcelona defender Gerard Pique discusses what he wants from the rest of his career…
Barcelona centre-back Gerard Pique has ruled out ever returning to Manchester United. The Spaniard has claimed that he wants to finish his career with the La Liga giants, who he joined from Old Trafford in 2008.
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Recent reports have linked United with a move for Pique, who attracted plenty of criticism for his under-par performances during the early part of the season. Louis van Gaal’s side are desperate for defensive reinforcements and had highlighted Pique as a possible summer signing.
The 28-year-old has gone down as one of Sir Alex Ferguson’s biggest transfer mistakes in recent years, after enjoying huge success with both club and country – including the World Cup, the European Championship title and two Champions League wins.
Pique, who was quoted by the Metro, said: “I can safely say that I plan to retire here at Barca. Whether that’s at the end of this season or six years from now. I won’t play for another club.”