La Liga President Javier Tebas announced today, Wednesday, that Barcelona currently lack the financial capacity to revive the efforts of their Argentine star Lionel Messi.
“It’s not possible today[to sign Messi in La Liga]but there is time for that,” Tebas said at a press conference, referring to the possibility that Barcelona would develop a “feasibility study” by “selling some of their players “. .”
He continued: “We will not be amending the financial control laws that the clubs have agreed to to register Messi, although we would like him to return to our league.”
And Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo, in its Wednesday edition, confirmed that Barcelona have a “strong desire to reinstate Messi” next summer on the basis of a two-season contract.
In the summer of 2021, Messi left the Catalan team he grew up with before joining France’s Paris Saint-Germain.
The flea’s contract with the Parisian team expires at the end of the current season, and until that moment the Argentine star has not renewed his contract or signed with any club.