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Sergio Busquets

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Sergio Busquets believes his attributes make him a perfect fit for the Premier League - and admits he would like to sample life in England at some point in his career.
 
The Spain international is a key cog in the Barcelona midfield and is likely to start for Luis Enrique’s men in their Champions League clash against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday.
 
The 26-year-old has won Europe’s elite club competition twice with Barca, in addition to four La Liga titles, but, while he insists he is happy at Camp Nou, he has refused to rule out the possibility of moving to England in the future.
 
He told The Guardian: "I admire the Premier League for the quality and style of football. Maybe after years playing the same style you tire of it, and football there is very different.
 
"Stadiums are full, pitches are good, the press is different, people are different, the football culture is different. Everyone talks highly of England and I’d like to experience it one day.
 
"You see more space, more opportunity to enjoy your football. It’s more physical, more intense, but I think I’d be comfortable. I can’t say I’ll definitely play there because things change and I’ve always said I want to stay here for many years, but I’d like the experience."

 

 
 
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Woody please. (One can dream)

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he just heard about that new tv money bpl is getting, Guys thinking about his retirement fun

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He'll mock here but needs to play in the right system.

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So underrated

To think he makes one of the top 3 selected DM(enforcer) play CB

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So underrated

To think he makes one of the top 3 selected DM(enforcer) play CB

 

Who's the 3rd 

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In terms of DM

Deep Line playmakers

Pirlo

Xabi

Kroos

(Verratti is coming)

Box to Box

Schweni

Gundogan

Luka

Enforcer

Busquets

Mascherano

Matic

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What team/system do you think he would be suited to most and make the biggest impact in, in the PL Porch?

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You should ask Mike this because to me Busquets will fit into any system because tactically he is a beast.

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Definitely not underrated tho Porchy, every rates Sergio highly

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Definitely not underrated tho Porchy, every rates Sergio highly

Darkman

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I'm 1 person mate.

Not saying I don't rate him or that he's not good just he's overrated if you can't comprehend that cool.

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Hazard was over rated before he became your best player

Think about it

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That response makes 0 sense.

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I am saying if Busquets became a Chelsea player he won't be overrated any more

Your stance will change

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My favourite non attacking player and has been for years. Love watching him play.

Imo he can play the DLP and DM role. Tactically and technically he is too good

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I am saying if Busquets became a Chelsea player he won't be overrated any more

Your stance will change

 

Please quote when I said Hazard was ever overrated.

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