In recent weeks, a little music is repeated and it encourages Lionel Messi to return to FC Barcelona after his second season at PSG.
Author of a disappointing first season at Paris Saint-Germain, Lionel Messi has the firm intention of setting the record straight in 2022-2023. The Argentine star has made a complete preparation and seems much more inclined to have a big season under the colors of PSG. His performance during the Trophée des Champions, which earned him the honorary title of man of the match against Nantes, speaks for itself. Under contract with Paris Saint-Germain until the end of the season, Lionel Messi will also have an important choice to make for his future next May. And while PSG would very much like to extend it until 2024, FC Barcelona is getting ready to bring “La Pulga” back. After the statements of President Joan Laporta, it is the turn of Cesc Fabregas, former teammate of Lionel Messi in Catalonia, to invite the Argentinian to return.
Fabregas invites Messi to return to Barca
“As a Barcelona fan, I hope and wish that Messi comes back to Barcelona. He has one year left in Paris. I would love. It’s a dream that the club and all the fans have. Football is very capricious. I speak to you as a fan” entrusted the ex-midfielder of AS Monaco and FC Barcelona to the microphone of COPE. Statements from a close friend, with whom he was notably on vacation this summer, which join those of Joan Laporta, who held a similar speech during the week. “I would like to bring him back. It won’t be easy, but I think with the right strategy we can get there. I think Messi was the most important player in our history. For a long period of success he was the leader. It was he who excited our supporters. We will do our best for Messi to finish his career at Barcelona and be applauded by everyone.” confided the president of Barça, who has just completed a very big transfer window and who dreams of a resplendent blow next summer with the return to the fold of Lionel Messi. Barça has therefore decided, not by all means, not to let go of the Argentinian this season.