Barcelona Doors For Messi Will Always Remain Open Says Rafa Marquez


With rumours of Lionel Messi’s possible return here to club rising, Barcelona Athletic manager Rafa Marquez believes the team’s doors “will remain open” to the all-time greatest player of Barcelona.

Vp Eduard Romeu stated this week that when Leo’s deal with PSG ends at the conclusion of the season, returning home would indeed be “financially doable.”

When asked regarding his old teammate, Marquez responded that he would not be in the least shocked to see Leo return to the team. The Barca Athletic coach also discussed Xavi and their collaboration this year.

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In 2021, the Argentine attacker departed Barca for France since the club cannot manage to keep him on a contract renewal while staying under the LaLiga budget cap.

On questioned if the team could pay for Messi again, Romeu responded to Catalan Radio on Wednesday, that it can be doable economically since if he came, it that is as a free agent.

When he informed ESPN that the striker’s “chapter” now at team remains “not done,” Barcelona president Laporta inside this summer, he unwittingly paved the way for a dramatic Messi comeback.

In contrast to the emotional farewell he had to speak to the team little over one year ago, Laporta stated he feels it really is his duty to make sure Messi has to have a “more lovely finish” at Spotify Camp Nou.

In July, Manager Xavi made an effort to downplay the likelihood of a reconciliation with his old teammate, although he did add, “we will find out later,” when discussing the club’s trip of a United States.

Messi is currently solely focused on the forthcoming World Cup in Argentina plus having a fantastic season at PSG, according to people familiar to him.

Since Messi’s exit, the scene at Barcelona has undergone significant shift. Asset sales of around €700 mn, that PSG chief Nasser Al-Khelaifi alluded to as “wrong” on Wednesday, enabled them to make summer investments in players like Robert Lewandowski, Jules Kounde, and Raphinha, among others.