Transfer: “It’s still a possibility”- Former Barcelona star on Messi’s return to Camp Nou

Andreas Iniesta would love to see Lionel Messi return to Camp Nou after multiple reports linked the Argentine captain to a spectacular return to the club.

Lionel Messi left Barcelona for Paris Saint-Germain last summer after the club refused to extend his contract owing to financial difficulties.

According to Four Four Two, Iniesta is still hopeful that Lionel Messi would return to the club after his two-year deal with PSG expires at the end of the season.

Andreas Iniesta’s comment

“Going back to Barcelona is never easy, but Leo can come back; it’s still a possibility,” Iniesta said.

During their time at Barcelona, Iniesta and Messi won four UEFA Champions League titles, as well as the La Liga, Copa Del Rey, and Club World Cup.

Man City interested in a Lionel Messi’s move

Meanwhile, Manchester City are reportedly interested in signing Argentine superstar and Paris Saint-Germain striker Lionel Messi next summer, according to the Manchester Evening News.

The City fans are hoping to derail Barcelona’s pursuit of the 35-year-old Argentine captain and reunite him with former boss Pep Guardiola at the Etihad Stadium next season. 

Guardiola will be crucial in encouraging Messi to join him at Manchester City, where he hopes to build a powerful front-line combo with Messi and Haaland.

Barcelona to make early bid

Barcelona will no longer wait until the conclusion of the season to make a bid for Argentine superstar and Paris Saint-Germain forward Lionel Messi, according to Sports Brief.

The Catalans have openly announced their desire to re-sign the 35-year-old, who left the club last summer when Barcelona refused to renew his contract due to the club’s financial difficulties.

Barcelona will now make an audacious move to capture Messi in January, six months before his current PSG contract expires.

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