Lionel Messi, the iconic and historic player of Barcelona, is willing to return to the club even if it means a drastic reduction in his salary. The player understands that returning to Barcelona is the best path for his career, despite considering the club’s economic crisis.
According to the Spanish newspaper “Sport,” Messi’s father and agent, Jorge Messi, had a meeting with Barcelona’s president, Joan Laporta, to discuss the club’s financial situation, which is facing a deep crisis.
Aware that Barcelona cannot offer a lucrative contract due to its financial constraints, Messi is willing to accept the minimum salary required by La Liga, which is around 200,000 euros per year. His main priority is to quickly resolve his future and put an end to the speculation surrounding it.
Messi holds immense affection for Barcelona
Messi’s history at Barcelona is marked by achievements and extraordinary feats. The Argentine player, considered one of the greatest of all time, began his journey at the Catalan club in his childhood when he joined the famous La Masia academy.
Since then, Messi has engraved his name in football history, winning numerous titles, including multiple editions of La Liga, Copa del Rey, and the UEFA Champions League. With these titles, he has become the greatest player in the history of the Catalan club.
Throughout his career at Barcelona, Messi has also accumulated an impressive list of individual records, including the record for the most goals scored in a single European season. The potential return of Messi to Barcelona, after two disappointing seasons at PSG, would be a momentous event for the club and for football as a whole.
Barcelona fans and admirers of the player eagerly await to see if this negotiation will materialize and if Messi will continue to write his story at the club that established him as one of the greatest in the history of the sport.