At 29 years old and despite the fact that for the foreseeable future Gerard Pique will be a Barcelona player, the defender is already considering his long-term future and has confirmed he would like to play in the MLS at some point.
The Premier League has already been decided and Bayern Munich look likely to sew up the German Bundesliga this weekend. However, who will win the Spanish La Liga remains very much up in the air with a neck-and-neck, three-way race between FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid.
Although Barcelona are level pegging with Atlético Madrid and just 1 point ahead of Real, the team remain focussed on the job in hand which is to win La Liga. Manager Luis Enrique is convinced that his team can do it and maintains firm his optimism.
We are down to the last 16 of the UEFA Champions League and it couldn’t get any better this year. The Spanish League has 3 teams still in the competition namely FC Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atlético Madrid who’ll meet Roma, Arsenal and PSV Eindhoven respectively. Could Messi & co make it happen for Barça for a 6th time?
Leo Messihas been training these past few days and the question everyone’s asking is if he will be available for Saturday’s Clasico against Real Madrid. Should Barça risk further injury or a relapse of the great man by fielding him or should they exercise self control and believe in what they’ve got to take on the Merengues?