Barcelona has made it clear that it is looking into the possibility of re-signing Lionel Messi from Paris Saint-Germain this summer.
The Argentine’s contract at the Parc des Princes is about to expire and talks have not progressed over a new deal, despite PSG’s public desire to keep him.
90 minutes newly mentioned A return to Barcelona seems more and more likely for Messi. Then La Blaugrana open On Friday they are exploring ways to bring the World Cup winner back to the club.
Financing such a deal could be a stumbling block for Barcelona, though Messi will not charge a transfer fee. La Liga’s strict salary cap rules saw the striker leave Spain in 2021, and Barcelona’s financial woes remain an issue.
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Le Parisien She stated that with €200m in the red as Barcelona head into the summer window, any contract offered to Messi could include a number of unconventional financial “levers” (because it wouldn’t be a summer window for Barcelona without them).
Barcelona will try to give Messi a two-year contract, with an option for a third. But instead of a hefty salary, he may be offered other incentives such as a percentage of the sponsorship proceeds generated by his return, a portion of ticket sales or a deduction from the money they earn selling his merchandise.
The club are also looking at other ways to lower their wage bill and cut costs, including selling players at higher salaries and laying off non-playing staff.
Well bring Messi Once again, Barcelona need to finalize an agreement with La Liga to re-register the great Gavi’s contract after it was annulled by the court.
Barcelona is also fighting to prove its innocence after being accused of “ongoing sporting corruption” in connection with the Negrera scandal by Spanish prosecutors.
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