Messi’s idea of ​​leaving Camp Nou was often bizarre. Still, the clashes between the Argentine giant and the Barca board of directors this season made him seem a much more plausible scenario.

Messi leaving La Liga was often bizzare

Leo Messi, leaving Barcelona for Inter, would not be a drama for La Liga. So would not immediately solve the problems of Serie A, according to Javier Tebas. Messi’s idea of ​​leaving Camp Nou was often bizarre. Still, the clashes between the Argentine giant and the Barca board of directors this season made him seem a much more plausible scenario. Former president of Inter Massimo Moratti said this week that Messi’s potential breakthrough is not a “forbidden dream” at all. The departure of Messi will be seen by the majority as a blow to La Liga. As well as to Barca, given its position as one of the greatest players of all time.

 

But the head of the La Liga Tebas says the league will always be healthy. Pointing to Cristiano Ronaldo’s move from Real Madrid to Juventus as evidence. At the same time, he argued that Italian football would not be fixed purely by Messi’s arrival.

Tebas wants Messi to stay in La Liga

“I don’t think that the arrival of Messi can solve the problems of Serie A. Which are associated with poor relations between debts, high and insufficient fees,” said Tebas at a video conference with reporters. “Serie A’s figures are stressed, and these economic problems certainly are not solved by Leo Messi. “I would like Messi to stay here, but if he leaves, it will not be a drama.” It said that without Cristiano Ronaldo, the league would lose money, and instead, we would earn it, even in Portugal. Players help, but not essential for the championship.” Tebas’ stance on Messi marks a dramatic shift from the comments he made at the beginning of the 2019-20 campaign.

Javier would like Neymar to return

He told reporters back in August, with speculation linking Barca to switching to Camp Nou from Paris Saint-Germain: “Yes, of course, I would like Neymar to return.” With his qualities, he is among the three best players in the world. For La Liga, it would be essential if he came again, “The determining factor is that we play ten months of the year. With 20 clubs, each plays each other and generates passion and joy every weekend for fans in Spain and around to the world. But it is not an essential element, and even Cristiano Ronaldo was not. “Lionel Messi, On the other hand, is an important element, since it is the legacy of La Liga.”