BARCELONA LEGEND XAVI HAILS ADRIEN RABIOT A "COMPLETE PLAYER" AND SAYS HE'D EASILY ADAPT TO LIFE AT CAMP NOU

Xavi praised the Frenchman's ability to defend and attack in the centre of the park for Paris Saint-Germain

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