Barcelona is purported during the time spent drafting another Lionel Messi deal to hold him in the club until 2023. The Argentine talisman has just a year left on his flow deal at Camp Nou and has sometimes been connected to a move away from the club following reports of a fall-out with the board this season.
Barcelona has offered Messi another contract, according to Spanish media outlet Mundo Deportivo, that will see him play at Camp Nou, at least until his 36th birthday. A one-year contract augmentation through 2021 has been given to the 32-year-old, with an alternative to expanding it further by one year. This will guarantee his stay in Spain by 2023 or by his 36th birthday.
Many sources say that Messi’s Barcelona deal contains a special clause enabling him to leave the club as a private agent at whatever year. The deadline for practicing this current season’s choice has anyway already lapsed. Negotiations to stretch out the deal are required to belong and time-devouring and may last into next season.
Messi may have left on a free transfer before June 10, however since the deadline has passed, Mundo Deportivo says Barca wants to attach him to new terms.
The report claims the deal would take him through until 2023, however, Messi would have the choice to terminate the contract by 2022 on the off chance that he so wished.
To date, the 32-year-old has spoken to Barcelona for his whole career, scoring 629 goals for a club record in 720 games and establishing himself as probably the greatest footballer of all time.
Regardless of the coronavirus pandemic and the need to organize Barcelona’s La Liga title mission and Champions League campaign in the coming months, it isn’t felt that negotiations between the two parties have yet to start.
The Spanish champions, nonetheless, are compelled to sit back when he comes back from Argentina to meet with Messi ‘s spouse.
The Ballon d’Or ‘s six-time victor has scored in the two games in Barcelona after play continued after the coronavirus pandemic and taken him to 699 career goals for club and nation.