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Lionel Messi set to make decision on his future after the World Cup – Romano

While Lionel Messi has started the 2022/23 season in fine fashion, a difficult start to life at Paris Saint-Germain led many to suggest a romantic return to Barcelona was on the cards.

As many speculate whether the miraculous move could happen, a new update details the footballing legend’s headspace around his future plans currently.

According to the latest information provided by transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the Argentine icon will not make a decision on his future in the coming weeks or months.

Further details claim that Messi is currently focused on all things PSG and his national team, with no decisions or plans set to be made from his side before the Qatar World Cup later this year.

It has also been stated that despite the Parisians’ intent to offer him a new deal and Barcelona’s interest in re-signing him, the 35-year-old will not take a final call before 2023.

With former club president Josep Maria Bartomeu’s gross mismanagement of an array of aspects behind-the-scenes at Barça, it was the mishandling of the finances that perhaps topped the list.

Ultimately, it was this reason alone that led to the side having to let go of Messi last year, who was the club’s best-paid player.

Despite the La Masia graduate agreeing to take a pay cut and being willing to continue his untouchable legacy at Camp Nou, the club was poorly run to the extent that a love affair for the ages had to come to an ugly end.

However, current Barcelona president Joan Laporta has been open about the possibility of Messi’s fairytale return.

While only time will tell whether the mega-transfer happens, it seems like Messi’s prime goal is to shine for club and country for the time being.


Source link : https://barcauniversal.com/lionel-messi-set-to-make-decision-on-his-future-after-the-world-cup-romano/

Author : Srinivas Sadhanand

Publish date : 2022-09-13 09:58:45

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