Just in. Lionel Messi has informed Barcelona board that he wants to leave the club. He also added that they should trigger his clause to allow him to move to another club for free.
In Messi’s contract, there is a clause which says at the end of every season, if he wants, he can move to other clubs for free.
Leo Messi wants to activate the clause to leave Barcelona immediately, as FCB also confirmed. Barcelona position is still so clear: Messi has a 700 million euros release clause, the “free clause” has expired in June. Board reunited to take decisions on next days.
Lionel Messi has asked Barcelona to accept a clause in his contract that would allow him to move on a free this summer. The club is holding an emergency meeting to discuss the issue, reports RAC1
According to reports, the former Barcelona player, Carles Puyol, has supported his decision. He tweeted that no matter the decision he will take, he will support him and make his dream come to reality.
Barcelona will start training this weekends and report says he won’t go. He is focusing on the new club.
Which team will but Messi? Chelsea? Manchester City? Or Manchester United?
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