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Barcelona’s Anxiety Mounts as Lionel Messi’s Future Remains Uncertain


In the past few hours, there have been reports of the possibility of the return of Argentine star Lionel Messi to Barcelona following tensions between him and Paris Saint-Germain, especially after he was attacked by fans.

And before Paris Saint-Germain’s last match in the French league, Messi was booed by the Parisian club’s fans after his name was called in the squad at the stadium.

This came after the Parisian club were eliminated from the Champions League for the second consecutive season despite a club project led by Nasser Khleifi, the club’s president.

And press reports indicated that the Catalan club was worried about the future of Lionel Messi in the coming period.

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According to the Mundo Deportivo newspaper, Sergi Roberto joins Stegen and Araujo and opens the door for Messi’s return to the Catalan club.

The source stressed that there have been many important players at Barça in recent days who have expressed concern about the future of their former teammate as they want him to return to the Catalan club as soon as possible.

And Roberto said in statements after yesterday’s match against Real Madrid: “Who wouldn’t be ready for the return of Messi? In the end, we don’t want to talk too much, because who should decide – the president, the coach or someone else, but if it depends on the players, we are waiting for it now.

And he concluded: “I hope Messi will return. We are waiting for him. He doesn’t deserve the treatment he gets in Paris.

According to well-known journalist Fabrizio Romano, Messi has an offer to extend his contract with Paris Saint-Germain, but Barcelona are dreaming of his return.

The source stressed that Leo has not yet accepted the renewal offer, because he wants to understand the project and the coach, and has nothing to do with the salary offered to him.


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