For Lionel Messi (36, PSG) to return to FC Barcelona, three problems must be resolved.
Spain’s ‘Sport’ said on the 30th (Korean time), “In order for Lionel Messi to return to FC Barcelona, three conditions must be met.”
Messi parted ways with FC Barcelona at the end of the 2020-2021 season. Messi actively negotiated a renewal contract with Barcelona and accepted the condition of a 50% salary cut, but left the club in tears as the club’s financial problems were not resolved.
Messi then headed to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). To date, he has appeared in 66 official matches, scoring 29 goals and providing 32 assists, showing his continued skills.
Messi’s contract with the club runs until June 30, 2023. There are only three months left, but there is no news of contract renewal yet. As a result, the ‘transfer rumor’ that predicts Messi’s future is constantly flowing.
One of the most influential transfer rumors is a return to Barcelona. Coach Xavi Hernandez, who played with Messi, said he welcomed Messi’s return, and in February, it was revealed that Joan Laporta and Messi’s father, Jorge Messi, had a meeting, adding to the transfer rumors. 안전놀이터
According to Sport, three conditions must be met in order for Messi to return to Barcelona.
The first, of course, is Messi’s intention. The media said, “Barcelona must take action for Messi’s return, and both Messi’s wife and children miss Barcelona life. But the most important thing is Messi’s own will.”
Next is the meeting between President Laporta and Messi. According to reports, in the process of Messi leaving the club, too much happened between the two and the trust between them was broken. The media said: “Messi felt betrayed and something deep between the two was broken. A source familiar with both sides said the only way to resolve the tension between the two was to meet face to face.”
The last is to solve the financial problem. The media said, “Director Chavi wants Messi to return, and it is not difficult to restore the relationship between Messi and Laporta. A comeback will depend on whether the financial problems are resolved.”