FC Barcelona is currently indecisive about Lionel Messi's stay at the club. The Argentine player's contract with Barcelona will expire at the end of June 2021, and he is yet to speak up about his decision about staying at the club till retirement.
According to reports, Lionel Messi will become a free agent in 7 days if he doesn't make a fast decision. So far, Barcelona has signed Emerson Royal, Sergio Aguero, Eric Garcia, and Memphis Depay, three of which are on free transfers. This shows that the Spanish club is fully prepared for an outstanding performance next season.
Rumors have it that Lionel Messi will be leaving Barcelona to play for Paris Saint German (PSG) next season. However, Barça's president, Joan LaPorta, wants Messi to sign a fresh contract with the club due to the fact that Messi brings in one third of the club's income (€650 million).
Also, there is a rumor that Joan Laporta wants to sign Juventus winger, Cristiano Ronaldo, to play with Messi at Camp Nou. However, it is still unknown is Messi will remain at FC Barcelona.
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