Messi’s father: Leo will never play for Barcelona again
It seems unlikely that Lionel Messi (35) will return to Barcelona.카지노사이트
Spanish media Sport said on the 16th that Jorge Messi, Messi’s father and agent, left Barcelona after leaving a strong sentence to the company’s reporters before leaving Barcelona’s El Prat Airport that day, “Leo will never play for Barca again.” Reported.
According to the media, Jorge Messi visited Barcelona in a situation where his son did not renew his contract with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). There were many interpretations that there would be discussions about returning to Barcelona. However, his visit to Barcelona lasted only a few hours.
“The situation is not good. I have never spoken to Laporta (Juan Laporta, FC Barcelona president) and there is no offer,” said Messi’s father before boarding the plane.
President Laporta said he hopes Messi will return to Camp Nou (Barcelona’s home stadium) whenever he has a chance. However, given the current situation, his return seems almost impossible.
Spanish media Marca pointed out that Barcelona’s financial problems are still so serious that Messi cannot be embraced, and the relationship between the two is not the best, as Messi’s brother, who recently attacked President Laporta, claimed.
Messi’s two-year contract with PSG expires at the end of June. He becomes a free agent in four months. He appears to have no intention of staying at PSG for the moment. It is said that Messi did not extend the lease on his private residence in Neuilly-sur-Seine, a town in the northwest of Paris, where he and his family live.
Previously, PSG started discussing an extension contract right after Messi won the Qatar World Cup, but there is no result yet. PSG signed a 2+1 contract with Messi. Messi was offered a one-year extension option, but he has not yet accepted it.
Messi scored 15 goals and provided 14 assists in 26 appearances this season.
If Barcelona does not return, there are many views that staying at PSG is the best option. There is also a rumor that Inter Miami, the American Major League Soccer (MLS) owned by David Beckham, is tempting Messi.