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I Will Rather Die Than Join Real Madrid – Gerard Pique

Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has ruled out the possibility of ever joining Real Madrid anytime in the future.

The Spanish international who lays in the center-back position said it’s absolutely impossible for him to consider an offer from Madrid.

Speaking during an interview with Spanish television show El Homiguero ahead of Barca’s match with Real Betis in the La Liga, Pique said “It’s absolutely impossible” for him to consider an offer from Real Madrid.

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“There’s nothing. I would rather die than go to Madrid,” he added with a smile.

34-year-old Pique has so far won eight LaLiga, seven Copa del Rey trophies, and three Champions League trophies during an illustrious career with Barcelona.

However, Manchester City forward, Jack Grealish says he came close to signing for rivals, Manchester United in 2020.

Anaedoonline.ng reports that the England international signed for Pep Guardiola’s side from Aston Villa for a record transfer fee of £100m.

The 26-year-old attracted interest from a number of Premier League sides after excelling in the Villa first-team since making his debut in May 2014.

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He helped the club gain promotion to the top-flight in 2019 after a three-year absence and scored 14 goals in 62 Premier League appearances under former manager Dean Smith following their return.

In an interview with reporters on Tuesday, Grealish said he was targeted by former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer during the summer transfer window last year but no deal was struck.

 

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