Sergio Busquets shows how serious Liverpool’s wounds are despite Twitter remaining silent following Inter Miami’s transfer

After his contract with the Spanish powerhouses expired, Barcelona’s 18-year captain Sergio Busquets signed with MLS team Inter Miami on a free transfer.

The midfielder made his intention to leave Barcelona public last month, just days before helping his team win its first La Liga title in four years. He’ll run into his former teammate Lionel Messi when they both arrive in Florida this summer.

Many people will undoubtedly remember his impressive trophy haul for club and country. Busquets has won nine Spanish league titles in addition to three Champions League titles, three Club World Cups, the 2010 World Cup, and the 2012 European Championship.

His social media activity is the main contributor to the Spain international’s reputation on the Red side of Merseyside.

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With the exception of a reply to former Spain manager Luis Enrique, Busquets hasn’t tweeted since the day before Liverpool’s 4-0 second-leg comeback in the Champions League semifinals at Anfield.

With Barcelona leading 3-0 going into the second leg, Busquets, who is typically very active on Twitter, posted that his team was “ready” for the match at Anfield. This may have given Barcelona a little too much confidence. Because the podium has come to be associated with the renowned victory, supporters are unsure of whether he will ever make a comeback.

Days later, after Barcelona’s final home game of the 2018–19 campaign was played in front of a deflated, partially empty Camp Nou, he would go on to explain the defeat to himself and to everyone else associated with the team.

Everyone found it difficult, the Spaniard acknowledged.
We were aware that we had to participate, he said. “Despite our best efforts, it was challenging in light of what happened (at Liverpool).

“It is hoped that the wounds that the team, the fans, and the players have will mend.

We’re all in pain.
I’ve lost games and titles, but I’ve never encountered such a setback. Despite being a part of the game, it is very difficult for everyone. “.

At the time, La Blaugrana were preparing for a cup final. As he spoke to ESPN, it was clear that the performance at Anfield was still fresh in his mind.

We will defeat this together.
Still to come is the cup final. The work that needs to be done is not trivial either. Even though getting two goals is a big accomplishment, Liverpool still left a lasting impression. “.

Notably, despite success in other competitions, Barcelona has since failed to advance past the semifinals of Europe’s premier competition. As a player for Inter Miami, Busquets will have to wait and see if his former team, Inter Miami, can win the European championship.

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