The all time Barcelona top scorer Lionel Messi has been allegedly warned by the LaLiga President Javier Tebas to not leave Barcelona as he went on to say if he was one of Messi’s advisors he would advise him to not quit Barcelona as he feels it’s better for him to end his career at Camp Nou.Javier is surprisingly a Real Madrid fan and has never been shy expressing his love for the team.
As things stand, the legend will become a free agent at the end of the season when his contract expires and it’s still not clear if he is to sign a new deal with Barcelona or not.Messi had reportedly shocked Barcelona with a transfer request after it was believed he wasn’t happy with the board and as one would expect Barcelona blocked the transfer with Man City being the favorites to sign him.
As things stand Leo has not commented about his future as he is focusing on football and he is in fine form, but we will have to wait for the end of the season which will determine if he’s staying or leaving Barcelona.
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