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Premier League clubs have shown interest in signing Lionel Messi

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Even as the season comes to a close, Lionel Messi ‘s future remains unknown. FC Barcelona has been pursuing the Argentine, who is keen to bring their prodigal son back to Camp Nou. However, without La Liga’s approval of the economic viability plan, Barça can’t advance an inch. They have no idea what the club’s financial constraints are this season. In addition they won’t know until they gain formal permission from La Liga.

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Clouds of uncertainity over the next destination of Messi

The officials were meant to respond earlier this month. However, they have taken more time than usual, inspecting and requesting additional documentation from Barça. During this awful wait, other bidders have made substantial offers to Messi, with Saudi Arabian giant Al Hilal prepared to pay €500 million each year.

According to Ole, Premier League clubs have begun contacting the 35-year-old about a summer move to England. All of these clubs are eager to put the Argentine international’s patience to the test, as he hopes to return to Camp Nou.

While Messi will not actually return to Camp Nou next season, as Barcelona will play at the Montjuic Stadium. The veteran is nonetheless eager to return to his former team. Barcelona, on the other hand, is in a difficult position and cannot make an official offer until La Liga approves. Messi, on the other hand, is certain to be eager to settle his future. As a result, the coming weeks could be critical as the Catalans assess their economic limits in the market. Once Ronald Araujo and Gavi’s contracts are registered, the club will prioritise Messi. However, with time running out, the club must act quickly and begin to approve the sale of their undesired stars in order to generate some vital revenue.

According to Cesar Luis Merlo, Inter Miami has shown interest in signing the Argentine this summer, assuming that he will not join Barcelona. Merlo goes on to say that a decision on Messi’s future can be reached in the next few days, which is bad news for Barcelona, given that the Catalans are unlikely to authorise the operation anytime soon.

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