05-07-2017, 01:33 AM
There is disarray in Spain over the fate of Lionel Messi, with reports proposing that the Argentinean player has rejected another £30m-a-year contract augmentation.
Messi's current deal is accepted to terminate in June 2018, and talks between the club and Messi's agents have been on-going for various months now, with Barcelona anxious to secure the player to another deal before the begin of the new season.
Yet, Spanish daily paper AS have announced that Messi has rejected an underlying offer of some place in the district of £30m, perhaps in the light of the lucrative new deal marked by colleagues Luis Suarez and Neymar as of late.
The paper does however assert that transactions proceed and that Messi hopes to sign an arrangement soon in the coming months.
No doubt the Spanish daily paper Marca has an alternate thought on the arrangements, nonetheless.
They report that transactions between Messi's dad, Jorge, and Josep Maria Bartomeu have been certain, with various key subtle elements settled.
The daily paper likewise asserts that Robert Fernandez, the specialized secretary of the club, has over and over guaranteed chiefs at the club that he is totally sure Messi will remain a Barcelona player.
The Argentinean, 29, has delighted in another great season driving the line for Barça.
He has scored 33 goals in 31 La Liga matches, and presently drives the Champions League best goalscorers outline this season, despite the fact that Barcelona were eliminated at the quarter-final stage by Juventus.
The forward was likewise floated by news not long ago that his dubious four-coordinate global ban was to be lifted.
Messi was cleared by FIFA on Friday to play in the following three World Cup qualifiers after a ban for offending an arbitrator's associate was lifted.
Messi as of now served one match of the four-coordinate ban that was forced when the FIFA disciplinary council gave its decision hours before Argentina's 2-0 misfortune in Bolivia in March.
"We are exceptionally cheerful that FIFA at the end of the day has validity at AFA and that we can depend on Leo Messi,"Claudio Tapia, the leader of the Argentine Football Association, composed on his Instagram account.