How FC Barcelona chief Lionel Messi felt subsequent to losing 4-1 to Paris Saint-Germain in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday night has supposedly been uncovered.
Argentine columnist Sergio Gonzalez, talking on TV show El Chiringuito, has guaranteed the 33-year-old's future in Spain could possibly be reaching a conclusion in front of next season.
While Messi's agreement in Spain terminates in June, he has been intensely connected with Manchester City and the French goliaths, who crushed the Catalan monsters 4-1 at the Camp Nou in the primary leg of their round of 16 tie recently.
Gonzalez is perceived to have expressed on the TV show that Messi is nearer to City than he is to Barcelona following the conflict against Les Parisiens, which left the Albiceleste charm with a sensation of "merciless outrage".
The columnist is supposed to be near the six-time Ballon d'Or champ's escort, which seems to give his case validity.
Messi apparently went near joining Pep Guardiola's Citizens toward the start of the period, however was at last compelled to remain at the Camp Nou by previous club president Josep Maria Bartomeu, who later ventured down from his post.
The LaLiga club's record goalscorer will apparently just settle on a ultimate conclusion on his future after the Blaugrana's official political decision, which was delayed in January because of the Covid pandemic, is finished.
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