'Leo generates more than he cost ' - Messi deserves new big money, say's Larporta.
By Bordexa | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 41 views
This is what former President Joan Larporta said about Messi, Including salary issues and moving to play for different clubThe Argentina star was about to leave the club in August but the Presidential candidate Larporta is hopeful he will now stay in at Camp Nou
According to Barcalona Presidential candidate Joan Larporta Lionel Messi remains the best player in the word and deserves a big money contract to reflect that.
The Argentina international was tipped to join Premier league club Manchester City, managed by former Barca coach Pep Guardiola, after handing in a transfer request following a tumultuous 2019-2020 campaign
Barcalona interim President Carlos Tusquets made headlines by suggesting the club should have cashed in on Messi due to the economic fallout caused by the Corona- virus pandemic
However, Larporta who is in the running to succeed Joseph Maria Bartomeu as Barcelona next president stance and believes Messi is worth every cash he is paid
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