If Lionel Messi wanted he could join any club he wanted in the world but for sure it won’t be a Chinese Club. But according to some reports, the Argentine International was actually considering a move.

As thing are now at the moment just seven months are left in Lionel Messi’s current contract which means when the Winter Transfer window comes around he’ll be free to start negotiating deals with other clubs away from Barcelona with them not being able to have a say to it. Messi leaving Barcelona does sound baffling but that is the truth.

There’s been a great deal of perplexity around his new contract with the Catalans alongside multiple reports with if he’ll actually choose to stay with the club or not. The contract has been seen by the La Liga President already, as said by him this week.

In the event that Barcelona’s five-time Ballon d’Or victor decided to put a stop at his career at Spain and move somewhere else he wouldn’t precisely be shy of offers and evidently, the Chinese Super League would offer oodles of cash.

Lionel Messi's contract expires in 7 months

As indicated by television program El Chiringuito de Jugones, by means of the Daily Express, Messi was actually considering an offer from the Chinese Super League only a couple of months back with Spanish writer Eduardo Inda saying:

A few months ago Messi was a little down and was thinking seriously before the World Cup in Russia to go to China. They tell me that he would have received offers of €150 million (£134m) per season. Despite this, his intention is to stay, although he has three offers in case he decides to leave the Barca team. City, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain all love him.”

So the 30-year-old Argentine was obviously mulling over a life of playing in the Far East and procuring £134 million a season, I figure for that sort of cash you can’t point the finger at him for thinking of it as.

It’s nothing unexpected that Manchester City, Chelsea, and PSG are the names specified for the forward and they all would be able to bear to pay his wages.

It is extremely unlikely Messi ought to play in the CSL and it doesn’t feel like he will leave Spain in the mid-year, yet right?