Lionel Messi is close to returning to Barcelona as several press reports suggested the latter is waiting for the Spanish Club Association to approve his plan for the upcoming summer transfers.
Rumors have recently circulated about the future of the Argentine star, the Paris Saint-Germain player, regarding the extension of his contracts at Princes Park or his departure from the French team after his contract expires at the end of the current season.
And the Argentinean Leo has received several offers to use his services in the upcoming summer transfers from Saudi clubs Al Hilal, American Inter Miami and Barcelona, the former player’s team.
According to press reports, the Catalan club is awaiting the Spanish league’s approval of its transfer market plan this week.
And the Spanish newspaper Sport indicated that Barça expects to receive a response from the Spanish league no later than next Monday.
According to the plan drawn up by Barça, an amount of 200 million euros has been foreseen between new revenues and cost reductions in order to get approval for the registration of recently renewed contracts.
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The Catalan club wants to return to the 1-1 rule if they can save that amount in order to sign new contracts for team players Pablo Jaffe, Ronald Araujo and Alejandro Balde.
Apart from this, the return of Lionel Messi is also dependent on this plan, as the Paris Saint-Germain star’s contract will be cleared for registration if he succeeds. Catalan club Selling a high paying player after returning to the 1:1 rule.
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