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CONFIRMED: LIONEL MESSI IS GOING TO LEAVE BARCELONA THIS SAMMER

FC Barcelona have announced that their Argentine star Lionel Messi will no longer serve

FC Barcelona despite the club and the player reaching an agreement to remain.

Barcelona has announced that they will be forced to let Messi leave because LaLiga’s financial spending rules are the main obstacle.

Messi (34) has served FC Barcelona for most of his life, Messi started playing for

Barcelona youth teams from 2003 when he joined from Newell’s Old Boys in Argentina and in 2004 he started playing for Barcelona senior team.

Lionel Messi will sensationally walk away from Barcelona this summer and leave the

Spanish giants for good, despite being widely expected to remain at the Nou Camp.

Messi became a free agent last month after his original contract with Barca expired,

though was set to re-sign with the club following positive initial talks between all parties.

Messi was in line for a fresh long-term deal, albeit on lower pay terms.

Now, however, the Catalan giants have confirmed the agreement is dead due to economic and structural obstacles (Spanish LaLiga regulations).

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