This will be my last match, Xavi says.

Xavi has admitted he is determined to end his Barcelona career on a high when his side take on Juventus in Saturday's Champions League final.

The former Spain midfielder will leave
the club he has represented from the
very start of his career for Qatari side Al Sadd at the end of the season.

Having already won the double this term,
Xavi has one final shot at silverware in
Berlin and says he could not have hoped
for a better way to bow out.

"The minutes I play will be extraordinary
ones," he told reporters. "It's a Champions League final and my
last game for the club.

It's the ultimate
dream. The important thing is to help the
team. "It is not the end of an era. I go, but this generation will continue with the squad we have.

Barca will remain competitive. "This team doesn't get tired of winning.
We are obliged to win as Barcelona, we
are a winning team. We like to win, to
take control. We've had a fantastic
generation in recent years. he said
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