FC Barcelona reportedly has a plan in place to bring Lionel Messi back to Nou Camp permanently, as stated by L’Equipe.
- Barcelona have ‘masterplan’ for Messi
- LaLiga won’t approve forward’s return
- Al-Hilal mega offer still stands
What’s the news?
The potential return of Lionel Messi to FC Barcelona has been generating a lot of buzz. Despite the Catalan club’s strong desire to bring back the Argentine superstar after his two-season stint elsewhere, financial constraints have posed challenges. However, Barcelona has now devised a masterplan: a loan arrangement with Inter Miami.
Barcelona aims to enhance their collaboration with the American club in the upcoming years, with Messi serving as the linchpin. Under this plan, Messi would sign a long-term contract with David Beckham’s club and spend the entire 2023-24 season on loan at Barcelona for a nominal fee. Subsequently, Messi is anticipated to conclude his career in Major League Soccer. L’Equipe suggests that this strategy holds promising prospects.
Currently, Lionel Messi’s intentions following the expiration of his contract with Paris Saint-Germain remain uncertain, leading to various rumors about his future. While Barcelona is frequently mentioned as a potential destination, there are also swirling speculations about a lucrative €400 million contract offer from Al-Hilal in Saudi Arabia.