Leo Messi made the decision to return to Barcelona. “He has a sense of pride” Soccer

In recent days, FC Barcelona fans have been able to celebrate the return of former stars twice. The club first teamed up with Xavi Hernandez, who replaced Ronald Koeman as coach. A few days later, the arrival of Dani Alves was announced. It was then that Joan Laporta mentioned the possible return of other legends – Messi and Iniesta, although he gave the conditions.

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“I do not rule out the return of Messi and Iniesta, although I think it will not be played as players,” said Joan Laporta. “Leo Messi has no plans to return to Barcelona”, also confirms the Spanish “AS”. Journalists emphasize the Argentinean willingness to win the Champions League trophy. “I want to experience success with PSG,” reads the article.

Messi will not come back to FC Barcelona. The Spanish media unanimously report on the Argentine’s plans

“Messi is focusing on a tough season with PSG, hoping that success on the field will compensate for his sacrifices. Leo feels proud and does not think about returning to Barcelona,” reports Catalan Sport.

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Leo Messi joined Paris Saint-Germain in the summer of 2021 after his contract with FC Barcelona expired. The Argentine had accustomed fans to the many goals he scored each season, so some were surprised by his impotence after joining Ligue 1. The striker, however, broke in the last league round, adding one goal in a 3-1 win against FC Nantes. It was Messi’s first goal in six Ligue 1 games this season. Plus three goals in three Champions League games.

Messi’s current contract with PSG expires at the end of June 2023. PSG leads Ligue 1 with 11 points ahead of OSG Nice. In the group stage of the Champions League, he is second, one point behind Manchester City.

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