‘We know how to work miracles,’ says Barcelona vice-president Eduard Romeu on Lionel Messi return

The mere mention of Lionel Messi leaving his beloved FC Barcelona is enough to leave a bad taste in the mouths of millions of adoring football fans, even a year after the infamous incident.

The Catalan club were forced to sell their talisman following financial crises which left Barca unable to cover the Argentinian superstar’s wages.

But, in a recent turn of events, Eduard Romeu, the vice-president of the Spanish team, has spoken of a sensational return of the club’s all-time top scorer to his spiritual home.

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In a recent press release, Romeu said: “If the club want to bring him back, we will get to work on the financial side of the deal.”

“We know how to work miracles. The doors are always open for Messi,” said the Blaugrana vice-president.

Barca have taken a series of steps to improve the club’s financial health since the 35-year-old’s departure, such as selling part of his television rights for the next quarter century to an investment and partnership company with Swedes. music streaming giants Spotify, which saw the iconic Camp Nou stadium rebranded as Spotify Camp Nou.

The Catalans are definitely in better shape than when they had to say goodbye to miracle man Rosario and kept the chance to bring one of La Masia’s most famous representatives back to Barcelona.

Messi’s contract with his current employer PSG runs until the end of the current season and the seven-time Ballon D’or winner would be free to choose his allegiance at the end of the campaign.

After a difficult first season at the Parc Des Princes, Messi has adapted to the demands of the French championship and seems to be back to his best level this year, as evidenced by his performances for the Parisian club since the start of the season.

Barcelona have also been focused on improving their sporting results since giving up the right to employ their most prized possession in modern times by bringing in club legend Xavi and backing his ideas in offering a plethora of attacking options, including Polish superstar striker Robert Lewandowski. .

The Argentine genius didn’t reveal where his heart is and mentioned that the only thing on his mind at the moment is the World Cup in Qatar which is due to start on November 20, 2022.

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