December 6, 2022

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Can Messi make a comeback? Barcelona sees return of its prodigal son as possible: “If he comes back, it’s free”


A Catalan newspaper published yesterday that Leo Messi has already decided to leave with his family PSG At the end of the season, when his contract expires.

They confirm that Messi will have decided to leave PSG as early as June

The Argentine striker is in his second year in Paris and, despite the fact that the club have three more years left on his contract, this could be his last. A return Barcelona Will be one of the options Inter-Miami He has been watching him for a long time.

MessiFor his part, he is not commenting on what will happen in June next year as he focuses on what could be his last World Cup.

However, since Barcelona They have talked about returning Leo And they don’t close the door to the possibility. At least that’s how he explained it this Wednesday Edward RomeoEconomic Vice President of Barsa.

“If I come back, it will be free, so even if I don’t have the budget, it will be possible within my area. He is an icon of the club, this will always be his home, but it will be a technical decision, nobody will find me here because I don’t know about it,” he told ‘El Matti de Catalunya reported for Radio’.

Regarding the financial situation of the team, Romeo He said, “We saved Barça, but we haven’t solved it yet, we don’t have it healthy. It touches a lot of austerity, a lot of rigor and a lot of work.

Asked when he could be healthy, the manager commented, “In these five years. We will be at our best in the 2024-25 season”.

Romeo He reiterated that the company is now moving in the right direction: “We went through a period where we could not pay our wages, we had debt restructuring obligations from short to long term; We get the peace of mind to do our homework and cash flow.

One of the lingering problems Barcelona The first panel is the higher wage bill, an administration carried out by the previous president Joseph Maria Bartomeu.

Eduard Romeu, Barcelona's vice president of economics.

“Not only are you in an administrative disaster and a dangerous economic situation, but you are fighting with key supporters and it is difficult to turn the situation around. The problem is putting your hand in people’s wallets and it is complicated, there are agreements signed and we are not violating them,” he said.

Finally, Romeo predicts that Barcelona “Next summer you won’t have any problems with the structure we have in place. There are a lot of contract movements and postponements. Reasonably paid in a couple of seasons.

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