Laporta insists with Messi

The president of Barcelona sent the same message again: "Everything is fine." The renovation is still not coming, but the club is working on sales to fix it.


Joan Laporta does not give up on Messi. Despite all the problems he is encountering due to financial fair play, the president of Barcelona is totally confident that he will get him to renew his contract. And this has been demonstrated again to the media. Ronald Koeman organizes the Koeman Cup, a charity golf tournament, and the Blaugrana president attended the opening gala. There, asked about the Argentine's circumstance, he again left the same message as in previous days: "Everything is going well."

It is the umpteenth message of confidence from the president on this matter, although it remains unresolved and even Javier Tebas publicly calls into question the possibility of registering the player before the start of the competition. Laporta, meanwhile, continues looking for alternatives to tie Messi. Among them, putting players of the stature of Antoine Griezmann on the market or offering the letter of freedom to Pjanic. It has also achieved sales such as that of Junior Firpo to Leeds or from Aleñá to Getafe.

But Messi ended his contract on June 30 and for the first time in so many years, he is not a Barcelona footballer. For the moment, the Argentine star remains on the sidelines of this issue, since he is focused on winning the Copa América with his team in the grand final against Brazil. He is still waiting, while Laporta is aware that he must balance the salary reserve and tax issues so that the long-awaited renewal can take place. Despite being a complex operation, the highest president continues to send the same message. He has given it today, he will give it tomorrow and he will want to continue saying it until the day the problematic operation is closed. Laporta insists: "Everything is fine" .

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