Ronald Koeman desperately wants Leo Messi to stay in Barcelona. “We have to make an effort to stay!” What he asked of his players


Ronald Koeman, the Dutch coach from Barcelona, ​​desperately wants Leo Messi to stay with the team at the “Camp Nou”.

Barcelona coach he fears that his team will not be without Leo Messi and talked to his stars to convince the Argentine star to stay at Barca.

He asked the Barcelona players to accept the salary reduction for Leo Messi to sign a new contract with the Camp Nou team and not to go to PSG.

Ronald Koeman desperately wants Leo Messi to stay in Barcelona

Barcelona has exceeded the salary cap set by La Liga in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, and the Catalans hope to bring back salaries by 200 million euros in order to be able to bring Leo Messi back to the team.

“Obviously, there is concern that this will not be resolved, but I am confident that the president will solve the problem. Laporta asked me to stay calm. We are working on this and we are confident that Leo will continue at the club. He always gave the impression that he wants to stay at Barca and I know that the club does everything necessary for him to stay.

The club is trying to reduce the salary cap. Covid-19 caused a lot of damage, a lot of money was lost and this obviously affects the club’s finances. That’s why I think the players should make an effort too, so that we can move forward with a better team. The most important thing is for Messi to sign a new contract. He is the future of the club. We have to do everything we can to get him to sign. “, said Ronaldo Koeman, quoted by hln.be.

La Liga president, about the future of Leo Messi

Javier Tabas, the president of La Liga, also spoke about the future of Leo Messi, and he announced that the chances that the Argentine footballer will not play on the first stage of Spanish football are high.

“I don’t know if we will see Messi next season. If there are no more departures from Barcelona, ​​it is impossible. The rules are rules, they are valid for Alcorcon and Barcelona.


Source: Prosport by www.prosport.ro.

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