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Signed By Andres Iniesta!

Feel the fury of the Spanish midfield with this official Spain Red Jersey signed by midfield maestro Andres Iniesta! Andres Iniesta is considered one of the best midfielders in the world for his club, FC Barcelona, and the Spanish national team. Iniesta scored the winning goal for Spain during their 2010 world championship. Own an authentic piece of history with this autographed Iniesta Jersey!

This shirt was signed by Barcelona's midfield maestro Andres Iniesta in an exclusive signing session with the World Cup Winner on April 28.

Your shirt will come with a certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Iniesta signing this product range at the signing session.


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