Cesc Fabregas believes that Lionel Messi should get back to the Nou Camp once his agreement with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) reaches a conclusion.
Fabregas has expressed that as a Barcelona fan himself, he couldn’t want anything more than to see the seven-time Ballon d’Or victor back at the Catalan club.
Talking on the El Partidazo show (by means of Le Parisien), the Spanish midfielder said the accompanying:
“As a Barca fan, I trust and wish that (Lionel) Messi returns to Barcelona. He has one year left in Paris. I would adore [it on the off chance that he returns]. It is a fantasy that the club and every one of the allies have. I address you as a fan.”
There have been discussions about Messi getting back to Barcelona the following summer toward the finish of his PSG contract. As things stand, the 35-year-old forward still has another year left on his agreement.
Would it be a good idea for him to not sign an extension with the Parisian monsters, Messi could be a free specialist the following summer. Notwithstanding, it has likewise been accounted for that PSG are quick to offer Lionel Messi another one-year bargain.
The Catalan goliaths, then again, have reinforced their assault this mid year by marking Raphinha and Robert Lewandowski. In any case, there could constantly be a spot in the crew for the Argentine. Would it be a good idea for him to choose to make an electrifying re-visitation of the Nou Camp.
Cesc Fabregas, in the meantime, has additionally been in the news of late. The World Cup-winning midfielder has joined Serie B side Como FC on a two-year agreement. The 35-year-old left Ligue 1 side AS Monaco on a free exchange toward the finish of his agreement.
Barcelona will start their second season without Lionel Messi.
Barcelona are set to start their second season without Lionel Messi in their crew. Xavi Hernandez’s side’s interpretation of Rayo Vallecano in their initial La Liga game on Sunday, August 14, at the Nou Camp.
They in all actuality do have one more pre-season game in front of the 2022-23 season. The Blaugrana will take on Mexican side Pumas in the Joan Gamper Trophy on August 7.
The Catalan monsters have not had an extraordinary season without Messi last time around. They neglected to win a solitary prize last season and were even taken out of the UEFA Champions League in the gathering stage.