Iniesta to leave Japanese football club Vissel Kobe ahead of schedule
The captain of the Japanese football club “Vissel Kobe” Andres Iniesta decided to leave the team ahead of schedule.
Nikkan Sports on Saturday May 6th writesthat, despite the fact that the contract with the club expires on January 31, 2024, the midfielder intends to leave the Japanese club in July. It is noted that Iniesta is unhappy with his physical form and the role he now plays in the team.
In addition, the player does not intend to end his playing career. Iniesta is ready to consider offers from clubs from the Middle East or the United States, the publication said.
Vissel Kobe is a Japanese football club founded in 1966. The club won the Emperor’s Cup in 2019, as well as the Japanese Super Cup in 2020.
Andres Iniesta is a Spanish football player, midfielder, former vice-captain of the national team. Born May 11, 1984. Pupil and former football player of Barcelona. As part of the Spanish team, he has been playing since 2002 and won nine titles of the champion of Spain, four Champions Leagues, six Cups and seven Super Cups of the country. Two-time European champion. He moved to the Japanese club in 2018. This season he has played four matches for Vissel Kobe.