Lionel Messi was instrumental in Argentina’s victory over Croatia, scoring one goal and assisting on another. His impressive performance has sparked speculation about a potential return to Barcelona. Reports suggest that coach Xavi Hernandez is particularly in bringing Messi back to the club. When his contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of the season.
Argentina defeated Croatia 3-0 to go to the FIFA World Cup final for the sixth time, and Lionel Messi was at his best. Xavi is excited about Messi’s success
In particular, the striker scored the game’s crucial first goal from the penalty spot. And provided a magical assist for Julian Alvarez’s second goal of the evening. Barcelona has also taken notice of Messi’s exploits. And there are still many supporters who are eager for him to come back to Camp Nou.
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What does Xavi think of Lionel Messi to bring him back to Barcelona?
Since his current contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires at the end of the current campaign, the player has been mentioned in connection with a potential return to Barça in recent months.
The potential of Messi returning to Camp Nou next season is known to Barcelona, and Xavi Hernandez in particular is desperate to sign the Barcelona and Argentine international at the end of the current campaign, claims Guillem Balague.
In many years, Xavi is the only coach at Barcelona who hasn’t had the honor of coaching Messi. While Messi departed the team in the summer of 2021 and signed for Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer. The Spaniard named as the head coach at the conclusion of that year.
Xavi, a longtime Barça teammate of Messi. Thinks the 35-year-old may be the missing piece for his team. Which has performed very well this season in domestic games.
Although the Catalans were eliminated from the UEFA Champions League group stages. Messi’s comeback and the presence of Barcelona of skilled strikers like Robert Lewandowski. Ousmane Dembele and Raphinha may give the Barça frontline a fresh perspective.
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