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Messi Open moved to Barcelona & chose this role when he got there

Unexpected Lionel Messi wants to go back to Barcelona and check out the position he wanted when he got there.

A source says that Messi's relationship with the rest of the Barcelona team has gotten worse.

A year after leaving Barcelona after 20 years, it seems likely that Lionel Messi has not been having the best of times.

The Argentine just finished what was likely his worst season as a professional. He only scored six goals in Ligue 1. Messi's influence is thought to be decreasing, even though Nasser Al-Khelaifi, the president of PSG, wants him to do well in the coming season.

The prodigal son's return to Barcelona was talked about during the January transfer window, but club president Joan Laporta shot down the rumors, implying that it's not likely to happen any time soon.

A report from ARA says that Messi and Barcelona are getting further apart. Since Laporta said he was willing to plan a farewell party for the Argentine, he hasn't talked to the player about the event.

Messi's relationship with the rest of the Barcelona team has also gotten worse because they don't talk as much. He does, however, still get along great with Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba, who are the captains.

Busquets hopes to play with Messi again by joining Inter Milan the summer after his contract with Barcelona ends.

Messi, on the other hand, wants to return to Barcelona, but not as a player. He would be happy to do things that have to do with sports management or even work as a technical director.

The international player from Argentina seems to have chosen a job as an executive over a job as a coach.

The ARA report says that Barcelona doesn't owe its former captain any money because all the bills were paid before he moved to PSG last summer.


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