Leo Messi met Ronald Koeman yesterday and conveyed his doubts about his future to him. A meeting that made the headlines of the Spanish press this Friday.
The information was revealed by RAC1 and made the front page of all Spanish sports dailies this Friday.
Yesterday, the Argentine received his coach at his home and conveyed to him his dissatisfaction and doubts regarding the club’s sporting project.
Messi also reportedly confirmed to Koeman that he currently sees himself more leaving Barca than staying there.
Appointed new Barça coach on Wednesday, Koeman would have exposed his project to him and insisted on the fact that he was counting on him, as he has publicly expressed several times since his appointment.
According to RAC1, Messi also knows that it will be difficult for him to leave Barcelona this summer given his emoluments and knowing that he still has a year of contract and a clause at 700 million euros.
For his part, Barça reminded Catalan radio that his captain was under contract and did not wish to comment on the famous meeting between his six-time Ballon d’Or and his new coach, explaining that it was a private discussion between a trainer and his captain
The desires of Messi elsewhere had been revealed a few days ago by the Brazilian journalist Marcelo Bechler and therefore seem to be seriously confirmed.
Mundo Deportivo also rightly points out that the Argentinian clan has not denied them.
For his part, Marca explains this morning that Messi has not yet made a final decision and is well aware of what a transfer would involve on a personal level.
Messi has lived in Barcelona for 20 years, there are his habits and his children and his partner feel good there.
For the Catalan daily Sport, yesterday’s meeting between Messi and Koeman went rather well and the fact that the Dutchman wants to meet the Argentine the day after his appointment is a positive signal.
The fact that Messi is also putting his holidays on standby to go to Barcelona and listen to his new coach is also seen by the newspaper as a cause for hope for the future of the Argentinian.
Even if he is very disappointed with his club and his management, does Messi really want to tackle everything and set himself a new challenge or is he above all looking to put the pressure for things to change positively within his club? always ? The next few weeks will give us an answer, but things are moving in any case in Barcelona. It is always that.
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