Lionel Messi To Give His Version Of Events At Press Conference At Camp Nou, Say Goodbye

Daily ‘Mundo Deportivo’ has learnt that Leo will give a press conference this Sunday in the Auditori 1899 of the Camp Nou to explain his version of events and say goodbye to the club, fans and teammates.

Daily ‘Mundo Deportivo’ has learnt that Leo will give a press conference this Sunday in the Auditori 1899 of the Camp Nou to explain his version of events and say goodbye to the club, fans and teammates.

It’s ’s turn to have his say on recent events. The Argentine has not appeared on social media at any point since Barcelona announced his definitive exit and he will have the opportunity to talk about everything regarding his situation and future.

Newspaper ‘MD’, along with ‘SER’ and other media outlets, informed that the Argentine will give a press conference this Sunday in the Auditori 1899 at the Camp Nou at 12:00 CEST. The set up will be similar to what president Joan Laporta gave this Thursday just gone, as he will give his version of events before answering questions posed to him by the press.

wanted to observe a period of silence to, theoretically, be able to express how he feels and describe where his head is at in both a public and personal manner. Just like the Barcelona legend deserves.

Leo will reveal what the reasons were for his goodbye, how negotiations had gone in recent weeks, how he feels and, perhaps, any thoughts regarding his future. Obviously, his move to PSG will be made official exclusively by the Parisian club, who have reportedly already offered him a two-year contract with one more optional, along with a salary of between 35 and 40 million euros.

Messi’s and the player himself are still devestated by the turn of events, as everyone thought that Barcelona would be able to register him after several weeks making gaps in the club’s payroll. The news came like a bucket of cold water both for the club and Messi himself, who had accepted all of Barcelona’s offers in order to sign his new contract.

In the end, Laporta wanted to grab the bull the horns and make a decision, eventually deciding to not put the institution at risk and thus leaving Messi away from the club. Messi will have the last word, being the legend that he is, before he will definitively leave a club in which he has spent nearly 20 decades. After which point it will be time for both he and Barca to start their respective new journeys.

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