Lionel Messi wants to leave FC Barcelona and has announced that he wants to move. But the club and the superstar argue over a clause – now the world-famous striker wants to go to extremes.
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Leo Messi has been with FC Barcelona for 20 years, has won the Champions League with the Catalans four times and is a six-time world footballer. But since the global star’s request to change became known, there has been a dispute between the club management and the players. Spanish media are now reporting an announced boycott of training for the attacking player.
The 33-year-old Argentinian announced at his long-term club that he would not appear for the corona test on Sunday before the first session on Monday.
Recently there were rumors about Juve
Accordingly, he believes that participation is contrary to his termination. The attacker wants to leave the traditional Spanish club free of charge after a season without a title and relies on a clause that allows him to do so at the end of a season. Barça says the deadline for this has passed. The fans are already demonstrating because they don’t want to let Messi go.
Messi started at the club in 2000 when he was young and then went step by step through the youth teams to the pros. It has recently been speculated that in addition to Manchester City, Juve would also be interested. Cristiano Ronaldo plays there.