Japanese club Vissel Kobe have confirmed that Andres Iniesta has already arrived in the country in order to begin training with his new club. The 34-year-old Spaniard’s surprise switch to the other side of the world caught a lot of people off guard, with many believing that he’d play out the rest of his days at the Nou Camp. Alas, that wasn’t meant to be, and now he’s preparing for what will likely be the final chapter of his legendary career.
Iniesta had a legendary career in European football where he picked up many trophies, although the finest moment of his career came internationally in the 2010 World Cup final when he scored the winning goal for Spain in injury time against The Netherlands to ensure that they won their first world championship.
The J1 League is currently on Matchday 16, with Vissel Kobe finding themselves in 6th position with over half of the season left to play.
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