The Barça challenges to Messi

Bartomeu is not going to give up without a fight. He wants to get hard with Messi to whom he will not give the letter of freedom and will demand that he explain himself.

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On Wednesday Barcelona woke up in institutional shock assuming that Messi was definitely lost and implying that the best solution before the burofax was to try to negotiate with the star an agreed exit. But late at night, the club's strategy turned to challenge the player, who will be required to explain himself while still being offered a predominant role in Koeman's project. Here begins a battle in which Bartomeu is going to get tough with his captain.

The strategy began to cook in an emergency meeting at the Camp Nou at ten in the morning. A crisis cabinet was convened, attended by President Bartomeu, CEO Òscar Grau, manager Javier Bordas and technical secretary Ramon Planes. They arrived at the appointment with morale on the ground, giving up the player and agreeing that the only possible way out before Leo's announcement was to agree to a dignified exit, but something changed in the course of the day that led Barça to challenge the player.

From the search for the pact, a series of conditions were listed for the Argentine, which are the following:

From the outset, Barça is adamant that Messi is not leaving and that the club considers him to be the pillar of the new project, as he was informed in the return burofax sent by the footballer's lawyers.This position was publicly expressed in the voice of the technical secretary Ramon Planes, who in the presentation of Trincao explained that "We do not contemplate any contractual departure of Messi. We want Leo to stay. I am convinced that the future that comes to us is positive. Messi will He has given a lot to Barça and Barça to Leo. We have to fight so that Barça and Messi go forward. We have spent many hours internally to find the best solution. "The second premise of the club is that the player has a contract and that if he wants to leave, he must pay a clause of 700 million, adding that in no case is it contemplated to grant him the letter of freedom. Added to that is administrative silence. The club only expressed itself via Plans and does not plan to do so before Leo explains. Bartomeu had planned yesterday to speak with the player (ruling out going to his home) to ask him to offer explanations to the partners. They consider from the box that he has created a crisis and that institutionally there will be no reaction until the player publicly states his reasons for leaving.In addition, they remind him that a pulse like the one in which he stars was already attacked by Neymar in the opposite direction a year ago and it did not go well.

Barça does not give up on a strategy that even from within the entity is interpreted as the search for a pact but that makes it clear that Barça is not willing for Messi to leave as if nothing were the case. The club challenges crack.



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