Aspas hopes to stay at Celta until the end of his contract.

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Iago Aspas intends to play with Celta Vigo until the end of his contract in the summer of 2025. And plans to retire from the football club after that.

Celta Vigo striker Iago Aspas is expected to stay with the club. Until his contract expires in the summer of 2025, with no intention of retiring prematurely. UFABET According to a report from Diario AS last Saturday.

Aspas made his name with Celta Vigo since being promoted to the first team in 2008 before Liverpool signed him in the summer of 2013. But he only lasted one season at Anfield. And was released to play with Sevilla on loan in the 2014-2015 season. Then he returned to the team in Vigo that summer. 

The 36-year-old striker is one of the club’s greatest players, having scored 201 goals in 482 games across all competitions, and he has no intention of leaving the club prematurely. 

‘Since I came back to Celta I said I would stay here for as long as they need me. I’ve always thought about retiring here. And that would never leave my mind. Yes, there was a lot of interest and a couple of offers, but that never really caught my attention. I am very happy Peacefully at home with my family, parents and friends, I never thought of moving from here,’ Aspas said.

Aspas also mentioned Kylian Mbappe.

the French national team striker who is moving to Real Madrid after his contract with Paris Saint-Germain ends this summer. The captain of the famous team from Vigo sees the arrival of the 25-year-old striker as a positive for La Liga as a whole.

‘It would be good for La Liga because there will be better players coming. The economic impact and income will be even greater. After that, we should split some money so that other teams can move a little closer to Real Madrid.’

‘According to the paper It is very easy to say that Real Madrid will sweep everything with Mbappe, but that must be reflected on the pitch. At PSG, he is explosive alongside Messi and Neymar but They don’t win the Champions League every year.’