“There is salary margin”: Lionel Messi and the possible return to FC Barcelona and the Santander League

“There is salary margin”: Lionel Messi and the possible return to FC Barcelona and the Santander League

The player has a contract with the Paris team until 2023 and from that moment he could return to Barcelona, ​​a place that saw him grow and become one of the best players in history.

FC Barcelona and Lionel Messi parted ways in 2021, something unthinkable by all the fans of the Spanish team that they saw as their top star for so long and born in La Masía is playing for Paris Saint Germain in Ligue One in France.

Let us remember that this was due to the impossibility of extending the contract that linked him to the Barcelona team due to the money problems that he had at that time. However, as the last transfer market for him reflected, the culé team has already left this in the past and would have the necessary money for a possible return of the Argentine star.

Although of course, for this to happen, first the player who will be in the Qatar 2022 World Cup with the Argentine National Team must wait for his current contract with the Paris team to come to an end, something that will happen on June 30, 2023. Later After this, he could return to the culé team for free, something that the institution sees with good eyes, at least it was shared by Fabrizio Romano, a well-known Italian peridosita focused on the European pass markets.

According to the Italian and what was shared on social networks, Barcelona’s economic vice president, Romeu, spoke about Messi’s possible contract for June, where he emphasized that his free arrival can help the team, although of course, he would have to talk about the technical decision and if Xavi Hernández, or the coach who is at that moment, wants the arrival of the Argentine player.

“As it would be free, surely it is something we can do. But it would be a technical decision, anyway. “There is salary margin, we have made an effort this summer in salaries,” Romeu explained according to information shared by Fabrizio Romano.

With all this in mind, we can see how it is that Barcelona, ​​at least in the monetary part, is prepared for a return of PSG’s ’30’, although for that we will have to wait a little longer, until his contract ends with the team. Parisian.

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