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Saturday, 8 October 2016


Messi demands release clause in new Barca contract

Messi demands release clauseMessi demands release clause in new Barca contract

 LIONEL MESSI has reportedly demanded an unprecedented clause be placed in his next Barcelona contract.
If a deal is penned it will be the Argentina captain’s eighth contract since joining the club, and probably his last if he gets his way.

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Messi is reportedly negotiating a move away from Barcelona

Messi grew up in Rosario, Argentina and he wants to be able to leave Barcelona to go and play for hometown club Newell’s Old Boys towards the end of his career, reportsDiario Gol.

Unlike most players from the South American country, Messi never got the chance to play in the Argentine league as he moved to Barcelona for growth hormone treatment when he was 14.
Both Newell’s, where he was in the academy, and River Plate, who were interested in signing the young playmaker, were unable to afford $1000 per month for the treatment.

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Messi is currently contracted to Barcelona until 2018, so negotiations on a new deal will get under way very shortly.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is unlikely to leave Barcelona any time soon, but it says something about his determination to play for his boyhood club that he is already trying to lock the terms of his Nou Camp departure into the contract.

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Leo looks to ensure his route out of Camp Nou when he decides to leave the Blaugrana.
Pinning down Lionel Messi is priority number one at Barcelona, and although the club are confident that their star striker will put pen to paper on a new deal, it isn’t without complications.
According to Diario Gol (as per AS), the Argentine has made a demand to his employers if they wish to see him sign an extension: insert a release clause.

The 29-year-old, whose current deal expires in 2018, has one reason for asking for a release clause, and that is he wants an assured route out of Camp Nou when he decides to leave.

Fear not, Blaugrana fans, as the claim states that La Pulga’s intention is to return to Newell’s Old Boys in order to retire at his boyhood club.

This – his desire to return and end his career at Newell’s – is no secret, having left the Argentine outfit for La Masia in 2001.

The five-time Ballon d’Or winner still holds close ties with Rosario, his hometown and where Newell is based.

Leo, though, is not planning on quiting the Catalan giants anytime soon, as he knows he has many more years of top-level football.

However, when he makes the decision to usher in his retirement, Messi wishes nothing will hold him back from heading back home.


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