An FC Barcelona superstar has revealed that he might have played his last UEFA Champions League match on Tuesday, following the Catalan club's surprise exit from the competition.
Veteran midfielder Andres Iniesta has been heavily linked with a move to China in recent months, after admitting earlier this season that he is considering leaving the Blaugrana.
After Roma eliminated Barca on away goals following a 4-4 aggregate score in the quarter-finals, the Spaniard was asked whether or not he had played his last ever UCL clash.
"It's a possibility, that's why it's tough to take," he answered, according to Sport.
"But it's tough to take for everyone.
"There is lots of excitement for this competition and we have failed again. We didn't adapt to the game and we are all disappointed to be knocked out, it's a tough one to take," he added.
The 33-year-old made his senior team debut for the Blaugrana in 2003, and has won every trophy possible with the Spanish giants, whom he has represented on 668 occasions.
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