Messi will never leave Barcelona but Neymar might. The former Barcelona president is persuaded the Argentine transnational will continue at Camp Nou up until superannuation but is uncertain about Neymar’s long-term prospect.
Lionel Messi certainly not leave Barcelona, rendering to former president Joan Laporta, who trusts Manchester United bull’s eye Neymar might be vended.
Messi – suspended with a knee grievance – has been related with a move to the Premier League subsequently a tax case in Spain. Team-mate Neymar has also remained connected with a transfer to Old Trafford, and when requested about the pair’s future, Laporta elevated apprehension that the Brazilian might have to leave in mandate to equilibrium the books.
“Messi will never leave Barca. It is part of our emblem and our heart,” Laporta said. “I received many proposals when I was president. Notably Inter, who wanted to pay his release clause but I always refused.” “For Neymar, it’s different. The economic situation of the club is not good, but the current president, to balance the books must sell players or assets. And the best solution is to sell a great player.” “There is talk of a proposal for Man United. But all that, it is because of the mismanagement of the current leadership.”