Enthusiastic Barca fans worry as Leo Messi ‘s return seems ‘complicated’

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La Liga president Javier Tebas has spoken about Barcelona and Lionel Messi ‘s likely return. Tebas has already stated that he would welcome Messi’s return to La Liga after his contract with PSG ends next season and hopes a deal can be reached. However, due to financial constraints, La Liga’s president now believes it will be difficult for Barcelona to sign Messi.

Read More:-Barcelona president Laporta says “Yes” to Lionel Messi’s potential transfer.

Javier Tebas warns Barca to solve FFP issues in order to sign Messi

The 35-year-old is said to want to return to his home club this summer. However, the process is far from simple. To sign new players, the Catalans must cut their pay cost by an incredible €200 million.

La Liga president Javier Tebas exclaims:

“If you ask me the question today, Messi’s return to Barça is very complicated”, he said.

“We have to see how that will evolve but several conditions would have to be met, Barça players would have to leave, there would have to be a reduction in wages. And then you have to know what salary Messi would have at Barça.”

“Barça is not like PSG, which has a gas and money tap which allows it to have a large payroll. As we speak, it’s complicated for Messi to return to Barça.”

Laliga accepts Barcelona’s viability plan to Reduce pay-wages

Barcelona is taking attempts to improve its financial situation, but a resolution appears to be a long way off. The scenario is expected to have a negative impact on Barcelona’s ability to do business this summer, when they remain eager to make acquisitions, the most important of which is Lionel Messi. The conversations focused purely on Barcelona’s Financial Fair Play standing and had nothing to do with Messi’s prospective comeback. The club intends to sell players this summer in order to comply with La Liga’s FFP restrictions, with the pay bill needing to be reduced by €180 million.

“La Liga has received FC Barcelona’s viability plan! Now, the club must work to implement it. Nothing has changed.”

“La Liga have ACCEPTED FC Barcelona’s viability plan! The club is now working on implementing it.”

says Spanish Journalist Gerard Romero

“The meeting between FC Barcelona & La Liga for Leo Messi’s signing was VERY POSITIVE! The club continues to ADVANCE in the approval of the viability plan.” says @verobrunati

Some positive News about Leo Messi’s Return

Reporter JoanFontes says FC Barcelona have already drafted a 2-year contract for Leo Messi to SIGN.

“FC Barcelona want Messi to stay until 2026! The club wants him to have his tribute at the full New Camp Nou, infront of 105,000 fans”, says journalist verobrunati

“Leo Messi is ready to accept the lowest possible salary to return to FC Barcelona.”@arevalo_martin

“Leo Messi has ACCEPTED to reduce his salary to join FC Barcelona! The club has assured him that they can get this DONE.“- @La_SER

Famous Spanish reporter Gerard Romero says,“Leo Messi has asked Barça to do everything for his transfer before the end of the season, because he wants to know where he will play before the end of the season, if he does not return to Barça, he will renew with PSG”.

Barca must sell 4 player to fix FFP issues

Xavi STAYS! He will renew his contract at the end of this season said FabrizioRomano. Jorge Mendes has informed FC Barcelona that a Premier League club will make an offer of €70M for Ansu Fati this summer, according to @sport. FC Barcelona have decided to SELL Franck Kessié, Jordi Alba, Ferran Torres & Ansu Fati this summer. Offers will also be considered for Raphinha & Eric Garcia.

Barcelona is said to have met with La Liga authorities this week to examine the potential of re-signing Messi. The rumour mill is already buzzing about the possibility of the GOAT returning home, but there’s no assurance that will happen. However The players, staff, coaches & management all want Leo Messi to be signed. Everyone at FC Barcelona want him to come back.

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