Lionel Messi transfer: La Liga chief fears Barcelona star exit


Argentina superstar Lionel Messi is likely to return to worldwide football in November 2016, according to reports in Argentine daily La Nacion.

It has been claimed that Messi does not feel Barca have been supportive enough of him during the case, but Tebas sent a clear message that he does not believe the 29-year-old is guilty.

‘Of course I fear that (Messi) could leave,’ Tebas is quoted in the Daily Mail.

‘But the only thing I can tell him is that from La Liga we believe he isn’t guilty and that he should stay in Spanish football. I don’t think Leo Messi is a delinquent.’

Messi has spent his entire career so far with Barcelona, and has firmly established himself as likely the best player in their history with 453 goals for the club and 28 major trophy wins.

Speaking at a press conference in Catalonia, Tebas said: "Of course I fear that [Messi] could leave".


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