Lionel Messi Transfer News: Barcelona is negotiating the opening of a Lionel Messi museum in order to raise funds for re-signing the PSG star player.
Lionel Messi Transfer News: Barcelona is making every effort to raise funds for this summer’s re-signing of Lionel Messi from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).
The Catalan club is planning one of their most recent and innovative projects: transforming the former La Masia into an interactive museum featuring Lionel Messi.
According to Diario AS, Barcelona is in discussions with telecom giant Telefonica to support the initiative, which is expected to set a worldwide standard for cutting-edge technology. They want to market it as “Messi Space,” and they anticipate that thousands of visitors will flock there each year.
In order to get Lionel Messi aboard for the next season, Barcelona is apparently working tirelessly behind the scenes to raise sufficient funds. The summer of 2023 will mark the end of the legendary Argentine’s tenure with the Parc des Princes.
La Liga president Javier Tebas has often brought up Barca’s financial problems in public. He claims that Messi’s salary can not be afforded by the Catalan giants from balancing their books and making ends meet.
There are rumours that if the PSG superstar does decide to come to Catalonia, the Blaugrana will offer him a cut of the revenue he brings in. Whether or not they will be successful in signing Messi as a free agent this summer is uncertain.
Lionel Messi Transfer News: Barcelona is making every effort to raise funds for this summer’s re-signing of Lionel Messi from Paris Saint-Germain
If not, there should be no lack of clubs interested in signing the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner from France.
Those connected with Barcelona were deeply affected by Lionel Messi’s free move to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the summer of 2021.
Fans had a hard time seeing Messi’s future without Barca, but the club’s financial troubles forced the Argentine superstar to go.
There have been rumours of an emotional return to Spotify Camp Nou from Messi almost two years after he left for Paris. To no one’s surprise, Xavi Hernandez is enthusiastic about the prospect of reuniting with his former comrade in Blaugrana colours.