Messi has written a letter to Barcelona expressing his desire to leave the club, and there has been a lot of talk about his future. La Liga recently said he could not leave the club for less than the 700 million release clause in his contract, adding to the confusion over his future.
Despite this, Messi’s names are associated with many clubs. Manchester City is in the lead while Paris Saint-Germain, Inter Milan and Juventus are also in the race.
Even at the age of 33, Messi, who excelled personally last season, can still do well in European football. Despite this, the Argentines are optimistic that Messi’s dream of returning home will come true.
Recently, supporters of Messi’s childhood club, the Newell’s Old Boys, rallied in support of Messi on the streets of Rosario. Now the president of Argentina has also expressed his desire to see the reunion of Messi and the club.
“You are in our hearts and we have never seen you play in our country,” Fernandez told Messi via C5N.
The 33-year-old player has expressed his desire not to play for the club and has participated in the club’s medical and training. However, his transfer is becoming more complicated day by day.