Messi deixa barcelona

messi deixa barcelona

What will happen to Lionel Messi after 21 years?

So that’s that. After 21 years and a whole host of goals, assists and trophies, Lionel Messi has left Barcelona. The best player on the planet (and perhaps the greatest of all-time) will, for the first time in his career, play professional football at a club besides Barcelona; the team he first joined as a 13-year-old.

Who took over for Messi at Barcelona?

1. Sandro Rosell is elected Barcelona president Messi’s downfall at Barcelona actually began before he had even peaked, when Sandro Rosell was elected president in 2010 to take over from Joan Laporta.

Is it really La Ligas fault that Lionel Messi doesnt play for Barcelona?

So technically, its not La Ligas fault, but FC Barcelonas failure to comply with La Liga regulations. The announcement of a massive private equity investment into La Liga and its clubs only the day before was interpreted by many as helping Barcelona make the financial headway it needed to virtually guarantee the Messi deal.

Is Lionel Messi the greatest footballer of all time?

After 21 years and a whole host of goals, assists and trophies, Lionel Messi has left Barcelona. The best player on the planet (and perhaps the greatest of all-time) will, for the first time in his career, play professional football at a club besides Barcelona; the team he first joined as a 13-year-old.

Why did Lionel Messi leave Barcelona for PSG?

The La Liga regulations are a convenient excuse to depart the club, making it appear like he really wanted to be there and thus keeping his reputation with the fan base intact. As a free agent, Messi didnt need to settle on a pay cut after all, ultimately accepting a big-money offer from PSG. Was Barcelona calling La Ligas bluff?

What would FC Barcelona’s salary be like without Messi?

“Without Messi, the salaries are at about 95 per cent of the revenues of the club,” says Laporta. Lionel Messi has ‘left so much joy, excitement, tremendous successes…’

Is it possible to sign Lionel Messi?

There was something of a warning when Barcelona-based Spanish daily Marca reported that there was a distinct scenario that signing Messi would not be doable. The club announcement came a couple hours later, and it pointed the finger straight at the Spanish league, La Liga.

Did private equity investment in La Liga help Barcelona secure Messi deal?

The announcement of a massive private equity investment into La Liga and its clubs only the day before was interpreted by many as helping Barcelona make the financial headway it needed to virtually guarantee the Messi deal.

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