"Messi was an incinerator of money for Barça ..."

Karren Brady, former general manager of Birmingham and vice president of West Ham has analyzed the management that Barça has made with the Argentine.

The departure of Messi from Barcelona is still going on, and now that Laporta has shared the club's debt, even more so, both inside and outside our borders. Karren Brady, former Birmingham CEO, West Ham Vice President and Small Business Ambassador to the UK Government while David Cameron was at the helm, wanted to contribute her point of view to the situation in Can Barça in an opinion column in 'The Sun'. There, the Argentine has been the main protagonist.

Brady exposes the financial decline of Barcelona since Neymar left for PSG and highlights the attitude of Piqué when the salary was reduced to help the club. On the contrary, about Messi he points out that "he may have been the best player of all time, but at 70 million euros a year, he was an incinerator of money for Barça ...". Of course, his attack is not on the player, on whom he remembers that the salary was going to be reduced to renew, but on Bartomeu, "who left a year ago when it was clear that he had sunk the Catalan giant" .

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