‘We are not going back to Barcelona’ Lionel Messi’s brother drops bombshell on PSG star’s return to childhood c

Lionel Messi is Barcelona’s biggest icon after the little magician spent his most days of life playing for the Blaugrana and became the legend of the club.

After joining Barcelona’s youth academy, La Masia, at the age of 13 and working his way up to the first team, Messi achieved the feat of club’s highest goal scorer and has the most appearances for Catalonia.

During his time at Barcelona, he established himself as one of the greatest soccer players of all time and helped the team win numerous titles, including four UEFA Champions League titles and ten La Liga championships.

However, due to the financial fair play regulations and Juan Laporta’s remissness, Messi left Barcelona in 2021 and joined the French capital PSG.

Messi’s contract will be over following the ongoing campaign and the Argentine is unlikely to extend the contract, Barcelona president Juan Laporta hasn’t rule out a move for the greatest footballer of all time.

According to Football Espana, Lionel Messi’s brother Matias went for a dig at the Barca President during a Twitch stream with Messi’s nephew Tomi.

The two discussed about Messi’s time in Catalonia while Matias revealed his desire to see Laporta ejected from Barcelona.

“I have a Sport [Spanish newspaper] clipping stuck in my house that says, ‘Messi should return to Barcelona,’ and I subtitled it, ‘Hahahaha, we are not going back to Barcelona, and if we do, we are going to do a good cleaning. Among them, kick out Joan Laporta.’ I don’t like him even a little.” he said.

“People [in Barcelona] did not support him. People should have gone out to do a march or something, let Laporta leave and Messi stay. We are not going back to Barcelona again.”

“The Spanish are traitors. I tell you because I want it to come out of our guts and not listen to things that are not true.”- Matias further added.

It is not clear what the future holds for Messi and whether he will return to Barcelona in the future, but it is safe to say that he will always be remembered as one of the greatest players in the history of the club.


Salah Uddin Rafi

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Sports Content Writer. Covering F1, Tennis, Naskar and mostly Soccer. Graduated from Jahangirnagar University. A game of football is relentlessly uncompromised because passion runs thick through the veins.


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