The Spanish newspaper Mundo Deportivo reported that Argentine star Lionel Messi will not move to Barcelona in the upcoming winter transfer period.
The newspaper explained that everything being raised about the return of the former “Barca” legend to Camp Nou is just noise and rumours.
She added: “Rumors of a possible loan next January are not being considered by the Catalan club or Messi himself, nor is Inter Miami.”
She continued: “Barcelona’s real focus is on including the Brazilian Vitor Roque, especially since the inclusion of the seven-time best player in the world will not be something the Blaugrana can afford in terms of financial fair play, as the Spanish Professional League will not count his salary at a low rate at all.”
She concluded: “Messi has 4 months during which he will not play matches after Inter Miami did not qualify for the American League finals, but he actually has two matches with the team and will also play 4 official matches with the Argentina national team, and after that he will take a vacation for a period of five or six weeks, in December, But in January he will have a pre-season in Miami because the season starts in February for Inter, and maybe he will come to Barcelona to spend a few days at home, but on vacation.”
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