The Argentine superstar, who has played for the Catalan giants since 2004 and who is the club's all-time record goalscorer, shocked millions of fans on 25 August, when he announced that he wants to leave the club. The 33-year-old even made a provocative move when he skipped the team’s coronavirus testing.
The 33-year-old has recently put an end to his transfer saga and announced that he would stay in Barcelona for the 2020/2021 season. The athlete said it was impossible for him to leave due to the $823 million buyout clause.
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The football legend hinted he might leave Barcelona in August after 20 years there, causing a major uproar among his fans. However, he later noted he would stay in order to avoid a legal dispute with the Spanish club.
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In August, Argentine professional footballer Lionel Messi had notified FC Barcelona of his intention to transfer elsewhere, prompting rumours about super-spender clubs like Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain eyeing moves for the six-time Ballon D’Or winner.
Leaving the club where Argentina's Lionel Messi has been at for 20 years appears to be quite a challenge as the Spanish giants are demanding his £632 million release clause be paid in full. Even more so since the football superstar would prefer this to happen in the most amicable way possible.
Showdown talks between Messi’s father and Barcelona bosses on Wednesday produced no result. The club doesn’t want its legend to leave for free while potential buyers are seeking further clarity on the star's reported €700-million buyout clause.
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Lionel Messi's father, who is also his agent, has arrived in Barcelona to negotiate the termination of his son's contract with the Catalan club.
Football legend Lionel Messi informed Barcelona last week of his desire to leave, with several clubs, including Manchester City, rumoured as possible destinations for the Argentina international, who is acting under the assumption his contract’s free transfer clause has been activated.
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After FC Barcelona’s record goalscorer, football legend Lionel Messi informed the club last week that he wants to leave, speculations were rife as to which club might snap up the Argentine star, with Manchester City, managed by Barcelona’s former coach Pep Guardiola, thought to be the clear favourite to sign the 33-year-old.
Last week, Argentine star Lionel Messi sent a fax to the Catalan side expressing his desire to move away from Barcelona, after 16 glorious years. Since then, clubs across the world have begun crunching the numbers to secure his services.
Barcelona’s living legend last week told his club of 20 years that he wants to leave, following a humiliating 2-8 defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League. The dispute with Barcelona management, which doesn’t want its main star to go, could potentially result in a landmark legal case.
The footballer notified Barca about his intent to leave the team last week, with the club later confirming this development.
On Tuesday, Spanish football club Barcelona confirmed that its superstar, Lionel Messi, had announced his desire to depart the Catalan club, ending a 20-year career with Camp Nou, as soon as this summer. Rumors suggested that the Argentinian striker could move to England’s Manchester City club, managed by his former coach, Pep Guardiola.
Passions are running high at Camp Nou after the superstar informed the club on 25 August of his desire to leave, despite the fact that his contract does not expire until 2021. Earlier today, the 33-year-old reportedly skipped coronavirus testing and reports say he will not appear for tomorrow’s practice. Barca officials intend to make him stay.