DURING YOUR REST DAYS
Messi's curious dinner with two players from Barça and two from PSG
Published:9/08/2022 - 18:44h
Updated:9/08/2022 - 18:44h
Lionel Messi has taken advantage of a few days off in his agenda by visiting Barcelona, where he has met two old teammates: Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba. Leandro Paredes and Marco Verratti have also been at the dinner
Few days after fulfilling a year of his bitter goodbye to the FC Barcelona during a press conference in front of the impossibility to inscribe him, Lionel Messi has taken advantage of his free days to visit the City Condal, where has shared with ancient mates in the Barcelona team, in addition to other two players that accompany him at present in Paris Saint-Germain.
In the dinner were present the captain of the Barça, Sergio Busquets and one of his ancient 'accomplices' in a lot of played of goal during his go through the Camp Nou, Jordi Alba. To them they accompanied him two effective of the Parisian staff, Marco Verratti and Leandro Walls, the one who also does life with the seven winning times of the Balloon of Gold during his concentrations with the selection of Argentina.
The meeting has taken place in the skilled restaurant in Italian food, Velissima, situated in the Nova Bocana, a place very concurrido by sportsmen and other personalities of the show in Barcelona. Shortly before sacking , the Argentinian star could do some photographies with the players that accompanied him, as well as with part of the personnel of the restaurant.
Possible return to the Barça?
At present, Messi keeps an agreement with the team of the City Luz that will be in force until June of 2023 and some informations have tackled the possibility that the rosarino go back to which has been his house during the greater part of his career like footballer once that it remain in freedom with the PSG, being able to negotiate from 1 January.
However, from the surroundings of the ancient '10' Barcelona have denied any possible contact with the Catalan entity, especially after the words of the jerarca, Joan Laporta on his exit: "I Seat that have, like president, a moral debt with him to give him the best moment of his career, or give him a better moment for the end of his career".