Lionel Messi’s father arrives in Barcelona to discuss crisis with La Liga club Football News

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Lionel’s father and agent Jorge Messi will meet with Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartholomew to finalize the terms of the deal.

Last updated: 02/09/20 3:28 pm







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Jorge Messi arrived in Barcelona on Wednesday morning before his meeting with the club

Jorge Messi arrived in Barcelona on Wednesday morning before his meeting with the club

Lionel Messi’s father and agent have arrived in Spain to discuss the crisis with Barcelona’s Hierarchy over his son’s future.

Jorge Messi boarded a private jet from Rosario, Argentina to Spain, and landed at the private terminal at Barcelona-El Pratt Airport at 4.45am local time.

He is set to meet with Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartholomew and the rest of the Barcelona board to resolve the situation between the players and the club over the forward contract situation.

On Wednesday morning, Jorge Messi admitted through a Spanish television program that it was “difficult” for his son to stay in Barcelona. Beach bar He reached out to fundraiser Leo Messi for talks.

However he acknowledged that their numbers were not enough to defeat Manchester City and did not speak to Pep Guardiola.

Jorge Messi arrives at Barcelona-El Pratt Airport on a private jet

Jorge Messi arrives at Barcelona-El Pratt Airport on a private jet

Messi no longer considers himself a Barcelona player and did not want to start the club’s Covid-19 testing on Sunday and then the training session on Monday.

The 33-year-old, who has played for the Spanish team for almost 20 years, said last week that he wanted to leave.

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Spanish football expert Tim Vicari believes that Barcelona are becoming increasingly desperate for Messi’s situation.

Spanish football expert Tim Vicari believes that Barcelona are becoming increasingly desperate for Messi’s situation.

What is the power of Messi’s snare?

South American football expert Tim Vikari:

“He’s a bit like his son. It’s not hard to study. He’s not someone I want to play poker against. But I think the main strength here is with Lionel.

“It’s Lionel who is 33 – unfortunately closer to the end of his career than all of us – and Lionel who really wants to spend the last few years of his top-tier career in an environment where he feels respected by the people who run the club he plays. .

“He wants to feel like he’s in a competitive environment where he can get a chance to win the Champions League so I think the strength is not with the father, it’s with the son.”

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Lionel Messi and his representatives to discuss possible move away from the club with Barcelona

Lionel Messi and his representatives to discuss possible move away from the club with Barcelona

Sky Sports News’ Gary Cottrell in Barcelona:

The talks between Barcelona and Lionel Messi will take place on Wednesday and Thursday. Lionel Messi’s father George has now arrived in the country and Messi will lead the talks as far as the camp is concerned.

Even the Barcelona side can’t agree with each other. There is the side of the president, who on the one hand has this legitimate deal with Messi and is not going anywhere for less than the asking price – we are not going to make any deal.

It’s unrealistic to feel the other side of the boardroom – we’re in a financial hole, he can leave anyway within a year and hang on if he doesn’t want to be here already.

There’s a lot to talk about here and I think it’s going to take more than two more days.

De Jong: It’s ‘chaos’ in Barcelona

Franিois de Jong joined Barcelona last summer

Franিois de Jong joined Barcelona last summer

Frankie de Jong acknowledged that he had not spoken to Messi about his future, but acknowledged that leaving Argentina would be a “huge blow”.

“It’s a mess, a lot is going on,” Dr. Jung told the Dutch sports broadcaster. We While performing international duties with the Netherlands.

“I didn’t talk to him [Messi] This is about me. Not even the club. So I don’t really know about it.

“But if Messi really leaves, it will be a huge blow to the team and the club. But I will see what happens when I come back after these international matches.”

De Jong joined Bar বারa from Ajax last summer. The midfielder will play Poland against the Netherlands (September 4) and Italy (September 7) – both live Sky Sports.

Messi 3: 0: Views from Barাa, Man City and Argentina

Lionel Messi has shocked the football world by demanding to leave Barcelona. But the situation with his deal is complicated and it is just the beginning of what could be a long, worrying and ultimately historic historic departure.

Before the main meeting between Messi’s father and the Barcelona board, we will assess the situation.

You need to look around to understand how it stands and how it can develop …

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Messi will not be Bar থাকa’s presidential candidate

Barcelona's presidential candidate Victor Font said Lionel Messi "Exit should be as friendly as possible"

Barcelona’s presidential candidate Victor Font says Lionel Messi’s departure must be as friendly as possible.

Barcelona president Victor Font is optimistic that Lionel Messi is unlikely to change his mind about leaving the club.

Speaking exclusively Sky Sports, Font – the man who is expected to take over from incumbent President Josep Bartholomew – expressed his belief when he expressed hope that the likely outcome would be for the player to leave.

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