Several days after the announcement of FC Barcelona, which confirmed the departure of Lionel Messi, there are still waves of shock in the world of football. Barcelona veteran Gerard Pique has considered the situation, and has admitted that the club has “broken” with the move out of Argentina.
Since last summer, following the controversial “Borofax bomb shell” that saw Messi demand a transfer from the club, Barcelona fans have been worried about the future of the six-time Ballon d’Or winner. Although the clause of his release managed to stop him from leaving last year, things were very different this summer.
Although President Juan Laporta made it his mission to persuade Messi to stay, which he did, the club is not able to settle their finances enough to be able to close a new contract with the players. Was
During Sunday’s press conference, where Messi bade an emotional farewell to the club’s fans, first-team members and club executives were also present. “The team is a bit broken because of Messi’s departure, and we will lose the magic in the attack, but we have to move on because the fans have high expectations,” Peck said. Football Spain.
“We’ve lost the best player ever and it hurts us all,” he added. Argentina itself said it had decided to stay, but the club was unable to do so. “I don’t know the whole story, both parties have said it’s a matter of numbers, but the management of previous years has not helped,” Paki said, criticizing the management of former club president Josep Maria Bartomeu.
Meanwhile, manager Ronald Koeman is also focusing on the future. He was also raising his voice about Messi’s desire to stay, but now that this will not be possible, he is determined to rebuild the club with the players on his current list.
Messi is being linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain, a situation that is not being well received by Barcelona members.