The management of FC Barcelona continues to look for all ways to complete the contract with Paris Saint-Germain star Lionel Messi.
And the Spanish newspaper AS reported that the Barcelona administration is considering the creation of a museum entirely dedicated to Messi, which will be built in the old headquarters of the La Masia academy, next to the Camp Nou stadium.
She indicated that the Barça administration had already begun negotiations and consultations with the telecommunications company on funding the Messi Museum.
And she pointed out that the museum project, through which the Barcelona administration seeks to attract thousands of tourists and fans, to achieve large financial income and income that will help complete the deal.
The 35-year-old Messi’s contract with the Parisian club expires at the end of the current season in June 2023, and it is said that he has refused to renew his contract with the French team, and is about to return to the walls of the Catalan club.
Leo left Barcelona in the summer of 2021 after the club’s management failed to document his new contract due to a defect in the salary structure, before joining Saint-Germain on a free transfer.