Messi went near leaving the Catalans toward the beginning of the period, however his endeavors were stopped by the then-Blaugrana load up and the actual association, who delivered an explanation expressing that he was under commitment to remain at the club for one more mission.
Presently, the 33-year-old has only a couple months staying on his agreement in Spain, with it actually being hazy regarding whether he will expand his flow arrangement, or proceed onward in front of the 2021/22 season.
Javier Tebas, LaLiga's leader, has now demanded he would prompt the six-time Ballon d'Or victor to remain where he is.
"In the event that I were Messi's consultant, I would advise him, 'stay at Barca'," he told AS.
"I need Messi to remain. He is the best part ever.
"In the event that you are contemplating his last long periods of football, he should keep on being connected to the Barcelona brand.
"He began at Barcelona and I figure he should proceed at Barca. On the off chance that I was his counsel, I would reveal to him he should do all that could be within reach to remain at Barca."
Messi has been firmly connected with moves to Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain lately, despite the fact that Joan Laporta's return as Barca president has persuaded he could now see out the remainder of his vocation at the Camp Nou.
Source: Soccer Laduma
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