Lionel Messi will participate in a Barcelona question and answer session on Sunday, three days after the club declared he was leaving following 21 years, the Spanish goliaths said Saturday.
The 34-year-old will take inquiries from the press around early afternoon (1000 GMT), Barcelona said in an articulation. They will be his first open remarks since his takeoff was declared.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta said on Friday he was not ready “to put the club in danger” by recharging Messi’s agreement, as the club face up to tremendous monetary issues in front of the beginning of La Liga on August 15. Laporta said Barcelona were done haggling with Messi and the Argentine forward was thinking about different offers.
PSG, who purchased Neymar from Barcelona for a world-record 222 million euros ($264 million) in 2017, seem top picks to sign Messi as indicated by reports in France. Telecaster RMC Sport announced that Messi has educated PSG regarding his longing to join the club and that conversations were progressing over a two-year manage the choice of a third season.