The Spain international has been captain of Barcelona and Spain for the past 12 months, but his long-term future is unclear.
The original Catalan player turns 34 this month and is in the final year of his contract at Camp Nou, as it is unlikely that his contract will be renewed.
Despite Busquets’ continued importance to Xavi’s squad, the club is moving in a new direction, with an emphasis on reducing the team’s wages.
According to reports from transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Busquets has no intention of leaving Barcelona this summer, but that could change things in 2023.
The veteran midfielder is able to negotiate free transfer deals with non-Spanish clubs from January and is on the radar of many US-based clubs.
Busquets started 36 La Liga games last season, more than any other player in the Blaugrana, and will break the 700-game barrier in 2022/23.
The Catalan player occupies third place in the list of the most appeared players ever in the club’s history in league matches (680) behind Xavi (767) and his former teammate Lionel Messi (778).