Still, the former Argentina international cannot see his fellow countryman breaking ties with Barcelona.

An offer for Messi from Estudiantes

Juan Sebastian Veron has told Leo Messi that the number 10 shirt at Estudiantes is his if he wants to. Still, the former Argentina international cannot see his fellow countryman breaking ties with Barcelona. A move away from Camp Nou for a one-club man has been mooted amid struggles for consistency from Blaugrana in 2019-20. According to reports, Messi, who was only involved in the deal until the summer of 2021, postponed negotiations to renew the contract. In connection with the question in which Barca are headed. The conversation about transfer reappeared around a mercurial talent. Which demonstrated commendable loyalty throughout an iconic career. Messi has seen moves to places like Inter and Manchester City. He argued in the past, but the exit door barely opened in Catalonia.

Leo is the only one who has a solution and desire

The six-time winner of Ballon d’Or always reached an agreement with Barca, But there would seem to be no guarantee of a repeat of history. Veron is among those who watch the sports drama, unfolding from afar. With the ex-Lazio and Manchester United midfielder now chairman at Estudiantes. He admits that the role for Messi could be found if he wanted to go home, but from the 33-year-old, they are still waiting for the settlement of any disagreements in Spain and the extension of his association with Barca. Veron told reporters about his message for Messi: “If you want to come here, you have the ’10’ ensured.

 

I do not represent him outside of Barcelona, ​​but these are the things that we say today, and tomorrow we see him going to another club. The reality is that he is the only one who has a solution and a desire; no one else knows.”

Messi, as they say, becomes increasingly disillusioned with life at Barça. And the LaLiga champions are threatening to surrender their home crown to arch-rivals Real Madrid. Veron admits that several issues is resolving at Camp Nou. And one of the largest clubs in the world ended up in a trial period of transition on and off the pitch. He said: “This is a bad period for the team, they are undergoing changes, and these changes are difficult; it’s hard to find Xavi and Andres Iniesta, you will not find either. It is the moment of transition and the difficulty that Barcelona will endure finding answers to all this.”