BARCELONA, Nov. 18 (EUROPA PRESS) -
The already ex-soccer player Gerard Piqué delivered this Friday the last shirt he wore as a Blaugrana player, in the match at the Spotify Camp Nou against Almería, to the FC Barcelona Museum in the company of its president, Joan Laporta.
"I'm seeing it here, next to Leo Messi and Andrés Iniesta, and it's nice. It's very nice. I'm very proud and very happy to bring the last shirt to the museum so that people can enjoy it," Piqué assured in statements to club media.
And it is that the dedicated shirt, on its historic number '3' and with the motto 'Sempr3' on the chest already rests in the Blaugrana club museum, next to other historic shirts such as Leo Messi's '10' and the ' 8' from Andres Iniesta.
"It is a historic moment, very symbolic. It is a great honor that one of the heroes of Barcelona, part of the Barça shield, leaves his shirt here, in the Museum. It is a great honor to be able to share it," said President Laporta.
Thus, the museum already has an important part of the club's history, with the last shirt of a Piqué who won 30 titles as a blaugrana --8 Leagues, 3 Champions, 7 Copas del Rey, 3 Club World Cups, 6 Super Cups Spain and 3 European Super Cups--.