Lionel Messi’s future in football is currently a hot topic of discussion among fans and experts alike. The Argentine star signed a two-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain in 2021, but he has not yet signed a contract extension. With his current deal set to expire soon, there is speculation about his next move.
Several clubs have been linked with a move for Messi, including Inter Miami and Saudi Arabian club Al Hilal SFC. However, the most interesting possibility is a return to Barcelona, where he spent most of his career.
FC Barcelona President Laporta Confirms Lionel Messi Return (VIDEO)
Barcelona’s president, Joan Laporta, recently responded to a fan’s question about Messi returning to the club with a smile, indicating that the club is interested in bringing him back. However, the deal would require significant cost-cutting measures before it can go through.
“Lionel Messi to Barcelona?” A fan asks Laporta while he is posing for pictures.
“Yes”, Laporta replied with a smile on his face. Watch the video below:
‼️ ¿Y Negreira?— Carrusel Deportivo (@carrusel) April 16, 2023
-Ahora, ahora verás.
🇦🇷 Messi, ¿al Barça?
💭 ¿Tranquilo para mañana?
👔 Las palabras del presidente del @FCBarcelona, @JoanLaportaFCB, antes de la rueda de prensa por el 'Caso Negreira' destapado por @la_ser pic.twitter.com/XllzzdqGV9
Lionel Messi recently opened up about his uncertain future in football in a Louis Vuitton campaign
Messi himself recently spoke about his future, stating that he does not know where he will be playing next season. He mentioned that his future will be whatever it has to be and whatever God wants it to be.
Xavi: Lionel Messi is welcome at Barcelona
Xavi, a former Barcelona player, and coach has also expressed his desire to bring Messi back to the club. He said that Messi is welcome at Barcelona, and the best footballer in history would always fit in.
Overall, Messi’s future remains uncertain, but it is clear that he is still in high demand. Fans will be eagerly waiting to see where he ends up next season.
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