Barcelona President Joan Laporta has revealed that Paris Saint Germain duo Neymar and Lionel Messi can only to Barcelona on a free transfer.Information Guide Nigeria
Laporta told L’Esportiu when asked if he is a fan of the forward following reports he could come back to Barca.
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“Who doesn’t like Ney?
“He is an exceptional player, but he has [three] years on his contract with PSG. He is effectively enslaved to money.
“The only way he could come back to Barca is for free. It would be irrational to pay a transfer fee for a player you have already had.
“Leo left how he left. We would all have liked him to end his sporting career here, but because of [LaLiga’s] fair play rules and because of PSG’s offer, it was not to be.
“If he wants to return one day, it would have to be for free. And the technical staff would have to decide if he fits the new project or not.”JAMB Result
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