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Messi
_Pelle_ 1 month ago Edited
Paris Saint-Germain 110 6053

After the humiliating loss to B Munich...

Do you think Messi should stay in Barca?

Do you think he will stay in Barca?

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After the humiliating loss to B Munich...

Do you think Messi should stay in Barca?

Do you think he will stay?

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quikzyyy 14 days ago
Arsenal 414 8134

not sure how good givemesport source is but, tier 1 for Barcelona: Messi still wants to leave Barcleona, the situation continues.

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DarthFooty 14 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 13 579

Last I saw, Messi has advised he will stay for one more season, to avoid a legal battle. I saw this on multiple sports sites here in the US.

True?

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tuan_jinn 14 days ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 194 6666

Yes.

Messi gave a personal interview and he will stay.

The only way he could leave now is to pay 800m+$, or go to the court vs Barca, which he said whole heartedly somethinghe would never ever do. For a club that gave him everthing. Normal decision, nothing godly about it.

I hope Koeman get the best out of this squad and make the best out of Messi again. But most importantly, Messi should also adapt to the coach system.

Best of luck to them

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Emobot7 14 days ago
430 10223

Wow, that was seriously a intense if not a bit short transfer saga. Make a lot of sense though. that Messi refuse to go to a legal battle against Barca. He still love the club even though its ain't going right and that Bartomeu is ruining everything.

Koeman will have a tough job ahead of him of trying to convince him to stay longer by building an actually competetive project.

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Footy_watch 14 days ago
Arsenal, Brazil 2 643

If last season is anything to go by, Koeman doesn't need messi to stay for longer than one more season.

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Marcus2011 13 days ago
Chelsea FC, England 276 6399

Messi didn’t go against the club, but club was ready to take him to court.

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tuan_jinn 13 days ago Edited
Manchester United, Netherlands 194 6666

Knowing Koeman from the Dutch, he will not let anyone bigger than the team. I dont thing Messi has any intention to do that despite the media try to paint otherwise.

But same with working for a company, after 20 years of contribution, be with the club through up and down, you will want to have a say in a lot of things.

Now, to get the best out of Messi, that requires even bigger people management, something Klopp and Pep do well. I hope for Koeman too

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Knowing Koeman from the Dutch, he will not let anyone bigger than the team. I dont thing Messi has any intention to do that despite the media try to paint otherwise.

But same with working for a company, after 20 years of contribution, be with the club through up and down, you will want to have a say in a lot of things.

Now that requires even bigger people management, something Klopp and Pep do well. I hope for Koeman too

Footy_watch 13 days ago
Arsenal, Brazil 2 643

Calm down, we aren't talking about prime messi, he's in his last yrs and barca dont seem to have a replacement which they will suffer from like Real Madrid

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Emobot7 11 days ago
430 10223

Somehow, I don't feel like Koeman and Messi will get along too well. Though I might be too quick to judge, what do you guys think?

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quikzyyy 10 days ago
Arsenal 414 8134

me too, I think Messi made kinda fool of himself saying he wants to go, that he has made his decision and now he stays..

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Emobot7 10 days ago
430 10223

@Quikzyyy Yeah, Messi propably expected he could leave without too much trouble because of his clause but he underestimated Bartomeu. Now he has to stay and what he has done might affect how the coach see him.

That also make me wonder how Barca fans feel about Bartomeu, are they happy he managed to get Messi to stay one more year at least or are they angry of how he managed to do it.

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Marcus2011 10 days ago
Chelsea FC, England 276 6399

Maybe he made fool of himself, but it brought huge attention to Barcelona and fans showed their discontent with board. If he had silently spoken to lawyers then spoke to board behind the scenes, it would have been just another day in the office of Bartomeu.

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DarthFooty 10 days ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 13 579

I don't think he made a fool of himself at all. He was going off information he thought was valid and trusted the people he works with. Having to go back on the request is not a negative, in fact, it makes him look good. He said he does not want to force a legal battle which would have been a public display, and he chose to run out his existing "contract".

If anything, it adds more to the Barca office and Bartomeu. Would have been cool to see Messi let go, but they are running a business, so I see why they held firm.

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Emobot7 10 days ago
430 10223

@DarthFooty Good point though I would argue the reason why he wanted to leave was because he stopped believing into Bartomeu and his project in the first place. Not saying he should have seen it coming but he propably could have.

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Marcus2011 7 days ago
Chelsea FC, England 276 6399

Next year he walk away as free agent. I would have sold him and I am sure some club would have cough up at least 200 mil for him

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_Pelle_ 7 days ago
Paris Saint-Germain 110 6053

@Marcus2011: totally agree

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