The president of Argentina: "Messi should come to Newell's"

"You are in the hearts of all of us and we never saw you play in our land, give us the pleasure of seeing you play here at Newell's, your club," assured Alberto Fernández.

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Alberto Fernández, president of Argentina, said that Lionel Messi would have to play in the country if he does not finish his career in Barcelona and wear the colors of Newell's Old Boys. "You are in the hearts of all of us and we never saw you play in our land, give us the pleasure of seeing you play here, at Newell's, your club," he assured that it would be his recommendation for Messi if he could speak to him in this context of litigation for his departure from the Catalan club.

In television statements to C5N, the Argentine president added: "If Messi does not end up in Barcelona, he must end up in Newell's just like Bielsa. Let those of (Rosario) Central not be angry, but those of Argentines have affection because he has a quarry of great players and they have beautiful football. There are fans who want their team to win and others who want to see their team play football well. We are a romantic team. "

Previously, in a joking tone, Alberto Fernández had emphasized: "Messi has to play for Argentinos (a club of which the President is a sympathizer). I asked how we were on reserves to see if we could bring him in."

"Messi was part of a unique team in the history of world football", reflected the Argentine president about the team that led the star in reference to Barcelona led by Pep Guardiola.

Finally, Fernández had to choose between Diego Maradona or Messi: "Maradona's great merit was that it was him alone against the world, I never saw a player like Maradona. I have a deep admiration for Maradona, honestly greater than the one I have for Messi because he was born in Argentina, but also because I saw him play alone against the world. He was a kind of gladiator, with incredible strength ".



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