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FilGoal | News | Laporta: Messi’s return is complicated…and we aim to include the Bayern defender

FilGoal | News | Laporta: Messi’s return is complicated…and we aim to include the Bayern defender

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The president of Barcelona, ​​Juan Laporta, admitted that the possibility of the Argentine Lionel Messi returning to the ranks of the “Blaugrana” is very difficult.

Messi’s relationship with Laporta is not good after the Argentine star’s departure from Barcelona in the summer of 2021, after many years spent within the walls of the Catalan club.

“I would like Messi to return to Barcelona, ​​but we cannot predict what will happen,” Laporta said in statements to his club channel.

He added: “He is a player in the ranks of Paris Saint-Germain and his return is a complicated process.

He continued: “We want Sergio Busquets to stay at least until the summer. We will learn about his decision in the winter.”

He also spoke about a possible deal for his club next term, saying: “Benjamin Pavard, a Bayern Munich defender, is a suitable option for us.”

Laporta continued: “His contract expires in 2024 and he wants to leave his club.”

Messi prefers to continue in a major European league and thus renew with Paris Saint-Germain, according to Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo.

Messi’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of the current season and the French club want the world champion to continue.

Sources close to the player revealed that immediately after the end of the World Cup, the matter will begin to be resolved and is expected to be resolved at the beginning of the new year.

At this moment, the club that seems closest to convincing Messi is Paris Saint-Germain, who have made no secret of their intention to continue Messi, and the French club wants to become the organization where Leo takes his last steps in football.

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Paris Saint-Germain are also keen on the player as they look to make him an ambassador for their brand worldwide as well as the Qatari conglomerate that runs the Paris club.

Lionel Messi led Argentina to win the World Cup for the third time in their history and the first time since 1986.

Messi played 53 matches with Paris, scoring 23 goals and assisting another 29.


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