Contracted to the LaLiga club until 2021, Barcelona star Lionel Messi is not ready to sign a new deal just yet.
Lionel Messi is seemingly in no rush to extend his Barcelona contract.
Messi's future is regularly talked about after it was revealed earlier this year the superstar can leave the LaLiga giants for free at the end of any season.
The five-time Ballon d'Or winner is contracted at Barcelona until 2021, though it remains to be seen if he wants to stay on beyond his current deal.
TOP STORY – MESSI IN NO RUSH OVER BARCELONA CONTRACT
Messi has no intention of discussing a contract extension at Barcelona until next season, according to Marca.
The 32-year-old plans to be at the club next season, the report says, but will not open talks regarding a new deal.
Messi has been at Barcelona during his entire professional career, winning 10 LaLiga titles and four Champions Leagues among numerous other trophies.
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