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Compared to Messi, Laporta doesn't want him and wants to stay at Barcelona

By Liam Styles

Compared to Messi, Laporta doesn't want him and wants to stay at Barcelona

The young talent wants to be with Xavi's side for the next La Liga season.

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FC Barcelona have plenty of problems within the institution and are still looking for redemption despite winning the Spanish league this season. The team led by Xavi Hernandez was able to overtake Real Madrid in points and was crowned without a hitch. But in European competitions they simply failed to make the grade and were relegated in both the UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.

I at the door understands that he has to lower the wage bill in order to be able to sign according to the rules set by the Spanish royal federation. He has to get rid of several elements that came in that season as is the case of Frank Kessie or Raphinha, who had a great season, but their high salary and the cost of their charter are unsustainable for the Catalan club at the moment.

It was hoped that Lionel Messi could come to help the team of his love, but the talks they had with the father of the Argentine crack did not reach an agreement. He preferred to go to Major League Soccer with Inter Miami, who will now have more fans in North America thanks to the efforts of David Beckham, who is looking for more stars to accompany the world champion in Qatar 2022.

One of the youngsters born in the youth team of La Masia was compared to the talented South American in his early days. Even the former Spain coach Luis Enrique had him considered as one of the great promises for the next World Cups. But his injuries and lack of pace have relegated him to the bench and he is likely to be out of the squad for next year.

Who is the youngster who wants to stay at Barcelona?

Spain's Ansu Fati is in danger of being left out of FC Barcelona. There was talk that Mikel Arteta's Arsenal wanted him for a fee of almost 60 million euros. But in an interview with the channel Teledeporte, the Iberian has confirmed his intention to finish his contract with Barcelona and continue to improve. So whoever wants to take him will have to pay the termination clause valued at more than 40 million euros.


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