Iniesta tempted with a £600,000-a-week offer by a Chinese club

Iniesta tempted with a £600,000-a-week offer by a Chinese club

- Andres Iniesta is considering joining the Chinese Super League for a mouth-watering offer

- The Barcelona midfielder signed a new deal which ends until he retires but could be tempted with a move to China

- Iniesta has won everything that needs to be won in football with Barcelona and he is regarded as one of the best in the game

Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta is reportedly planning a sensational move to the Chinese Super League, according to reports in Catalonia.

The Spanish midfielder have spent his entire career with Barcelona and is one of the best players of his generation.

The 33-year-old is still a key member of Ernesto Valverde's side but the Catalans are managing his game time because of his injury.

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And despite signing a new deal with Barcelona which keeps him till he retires the club, Barcelona will not stand in his way if he decides to accept the £600,000-a-week deal on offer.

Iniesta's dominant performance in the stunning 3-0 Clasico win at Real Madrid earlier in the season shows just how important he is to the Catalan club.

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If the signing of Philippe Coutinho as an eventual replacement materializes soon, the legendary Spanish ace might decide to make way.

Iniesta's move to the Chinese Super League would arguably be the most high-profile player to join a side in the emerging league.

Iniesta made his debut for the Catalans in 2001 and has won everything there is to win in the game, even at national level.

Iniesta is a four-time Champions League-medallist and famously scored the winner for Spain in 2010 World Cup final against the Netherlands.

Iniesta has made 27 appearances in all competitions this season for Barcelona, scoring one goal as the Baulgrana are on course to win the title from rival, Real Madrid following a 17 point lead.

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