Leo got offer of more than 500 million euros to play a season in Saudi Arabia. This was verified by Jaume Roures of SER Catalunya in ‘Què t’hi Jugues,’ who feels that the Argentine’s desire to return to Barcelona will factor into the ultimate choice. I believe he will return, despite the Saudis boosting the stake to more than $500 million for a year. An agreement between Barça and the League, should be done by the end of the month of May.
The experience in Paris has not been compensating, and everyone has seen how Cristiano is doing in Saudi Arabia. Leo, he has always indicated that I wanted to return to Barcelona, and that is a consideration. He can’t go too far either; any of these days must reveal whether it’s a yes, no, or whether things must be adjusted. In May? I believe it will have to be determined in May.”
According to the head of Mediapro, both the League and Barça are looking at the idea of Messi wearing the Blaugrana colors again. “All parties have the will,” he asserted. And he has been harshly critical of the Spanish football regulatory body’s fiscal control mechanisms, led by Javier Tebas: “It cannot be that the levers serve one season and not the next.” What would have occurred if Barça had made 1,200 million instead of 600 million? In the middle of a game, the rules are not changable.
Leo has got offer of €500 million from Saudi but the World Cup Winner wants to return to Barca
Furthermore, Roures has spoken out about the Negreira issue, which has its origins in the time of Josep Lluis Nez and the control that Real Madrid has over sports estates: “The foundation of this notion is pure nuism. I’m shocked Anton Parera doesn’t show up; he must know how this originated because it started during his time.
That is how it is: there is no realistic and fair justification for having a contract with the vice president of the Technical Committee of Referees.” The businessman has confirmed that the damage to Mediapro’s property caused by the assault of the Cornellà-El Prat stadium last Sunday is expected to be more than 60,000 euros.