While rumors of Lionel Messi’s return to Barcelona took shape, it was argued that Barcelona did not have the financial resources to bring Messi back.
Messi was a Barcelona legend. Messi, who made his debut in the Barcelona first team in 2004, stayed in Barcelona for 17 years and left a symbolic footprint. With Messi, Barcelona enjoyed a golden era, including 10 La Liga titles, 7 Copa del Rey titles, and 4 European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) titles.
But it didn’t end well. In 2021, Barcelona suffered serious financial problems and were forced to let Messi go. Messi hoped to stay until half of his weekly wage was cut먹튀검증, but the team’s circumstances did not support him at all, and in the end he had no choice but to leave the club he was fond of in tears.
However, rumors of a comeback have been circulating lately. At a press conference on the 31st of last month (hereinafter referred to as Korean time), Vice President Rafa Youste Barcelona said, “We are in touch with Messi and hope he will come back. President Laporta was with Messi’s father, Jorge Messi, and they have a good relationship.” He explained that he is in constant conversation with Messi.
Reporter Fernando Polo, who is well versed in Barcelona news, predicted the possibility of Messi joining Barcelona on the 31st, saying, “Messi seems to have a will to return.
Once the fire is lit, reports are coming out one after another. Spain’s ‘Catalunya Radio’ said, “Director Xavi Hernandez will meet personally with Messi in the next few weeks to talk about the possibility of returning. He and Messi kept in touch and talked about football and daily life. Xavi is the best coach in the club’s history. I’m hoping for an ending like a player’s dream.”
However, practical problems remain. It’s a financial crisis. Barcelona are still struggling with their debts. Even if Messi is released as a free agent this summer, there are many issues to be resolved, such as the salary issue.
The polo reporter also mentioned Messi’s willingness to return, but said, “(For Messi to return to Barcelona), there are unclear points such as not registering some of the current players and reducing the annual salary by about 2 million euros (about 2.8 billion won).” did.
In the UK, I thought it was impossible. The British ‘Telegraph’ said on the 2nd, “A monster (financial problem) is at the door of Barcelona. Their answer was, ‘Bring Messi!'” and said that Barcelona’s current situation is looking for a hero who can make them forget everything amidst the crisis. pinched
“For Barcelona to re-sign Messi doesn’t make sense financially. Barcelona are in crisis, in huge debt, accused of corruption and defying the European Football Federation with their Super League. They are as real as they are.” There is no club that is allergic to being confronted.”