– Lionel Messi’s future at the Camp Nou remains in doubt since Barcelona exited the Champions League
– The Argentine has told Barcelona chiefs he would leave if there are no changes
– PSG are set to table a bid for the 33-year-old who is also wanted by Juventus and Inter Milan
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Lionel Messi could be reuniting with former team-mate Neymar as latest reports have it that French club and Champions League finalists Paris Saint Germain are set to battle for the Argentine’s signature.
The multiple Ballon d’Or winner could finally leave Barcelona this summer as the club’s board continues to debate the possible transfer of the Argentine star as some are in favour of selling the superstar.
The 33-year-old is visibly furious with the club management and has threatened to quit the Catalan club any moment from now.
It was gathered that Messi, whose contract lapses in the summer of 2021, has told the club board to restructure the squad totally otherwise he would leave.
The 33-year-old has been at loggerheads with his employers for some time now, but his latest comment after the unveiling of the Blaugrana new boss, Ronald Koeman, raised more doubts about his future with the La Liga club.
And now Ligue 1 side PSG are ready to swoop on the embattled 33-year-old who could be departing the Camp Nou and that will be a possible reunion with Neymar.
The pair played at the Camp Nou for four years together and although Neymar is hoping to return to Barcelona, now Messi could move to join him.
However, the French club will be facing off with Juventus and Inter Milan who are also interested in the legend.
Messi has also been linked with a reunion with Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, Inter seem more serious in their chase for the legendary player.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Luis Suarez could be following the path of Lionel Messi as the Uruguayan has reportedly asked the Barcelona board to let him know if he is also up for sale or not.
Barcelona are reportedly planning to offload most of their players this summer after their disappointing defeat to Bayern Munich.
The Catalans president Josep Maria Bartomeu confirmed the news, adding that just seven players will not be put up for sale.
Barca captain Lionel Messi, goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen, Dutch youngster Frenkie De Jong top the list of stars to be retained by the club.
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