Higuaín And Leo Messi in a warming with Argentina

'PIPA' TALKED ABOUT MESSI'S FUTURE

Higuain's advice to Messi: "Premier is complicated, they 'shit' with kicks"

Published:19/08/2020 - 16:16h

Updated:19/08/2020 - 16:16h

Gonzalo Higuaín spoke in an interview about the future of Leo Messi, a former teammate in the Argentine team. The one from Juventus recommended to Rosario not to go to the Premier if he leaves Barcelona

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The future of Leo Messi is one of the subjects candentes in the world of the football and Gonzalo Higuaín, ex his mate during several years in the Argentinian selection, has spoken on this. The 'Pipita' only expects that it decide what decide the one of Rosario, was happy. "I do not know if Messi will leave the Barça and do not know what will be thinking now. It is a question for him and only he can answer. I expect that it was the best for him, what does him happy. It is what one feels, no what feels the another", commented

One of the possibilities that has the '10' of the FC Barcelona​ if it decides to leave is the one to go to the Premier League. So much Manchester United as Manchester City have money and half as to face an operation of east calibrate and are two options that the attacker could pose. Nevertheless, Higuaín does not have a good memory of his stage in England and account why is a little recommended football for the footballers accustomed to LaLiga.

"I suffered a lot the English league. I did not attain to adapt me in six months. It does not have at all that see with the Spanish League. The defences you 'crap' to patadas and no pitan as in Spain. They hit of the beautiful and are cupboards", affirmed. In spite of everything, thinks that the culé could adapt by the very good that it is, although it left clear that would not be at all easy. "I do not know how it could hit him to Leo, but being a player of another level do not think that suffered it, but is a very complicated league", signalled.

On the other hand, the one of Brest remembered the pair that form beside the 'crack' in Argentina during so many years. The 'Pipe' has very good memories of this time. "I think that did a big society with Leo in the Argentinian selection. It liked me a lot play with Messi", said. But in spite of this, the one of the Juventus of Turín does not miss his times with the combined albiceleste neither to his country. "No odd neither the Argentinian selection neither the Argentinian football. It is necessary to do a question for reflexionar: Why the players that go to Europe no longer go back to Argentina?", it questioned .

Higuaín Defended in front of the criticisms

In his country, to the forward juventino always have criticised him a lot by his errors in key moments with the selection. Also in his clubs has had critics along his career, although he considers that those that load against him do it without solid arguments. "I do not ask that they do not criticise me. I am not perfect. Can criticise me and say that I am not for the selection or to be still in Europe, but from here to say that I am a fracasado or that am fat is not having foundations to criticise to a player. You have to criticise from another point of view", admitted.

Finally, descartó that go to go back to the Naples after his controversial exit and defended that it left to the napolitanos to leave to the 'Vecchia Signora' "How many players have happened of team to another, of River to Mouth, of Inter to Milan? Treacherous I? To Ronaldo, to Pirlo, to all these that have changing of team and anybody said them treacherous. Already it is. They are decisions that one taking. I put 36 goals with them, but came the Juventus and, what want to that it say? No to a big of Europe? Wanted to go me to be able to win the Champions and did not win it by little. The election was just", finalised.

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