Barcelona’s president Joan Laporta is not worried about Messi’s new contract.
is certain about
desire to sign a new contract, and they are waiting to announce the Argentinian superstar’s new contract.
Barcelona supporters were worried about their captain’s contract as he became a free agent when his contract at Camp Nou expired on July 1. Although everyone is waiting for a new contract, with more economic terms for Barcelona that has been struggling with financial problems, there are some problems between the Argentina international and the club.
Barcelona’s situation since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic has been getting only worse, and now La Liga will not allow them to sign new players unless they reduce their wage bills by selling players, and this has caused the club problems for signing contracts, including Messi’s new contract because he has been a free agent, but the Catalans are still hoping for good news ahead of their friendly match against Juventus on Sunday.
spoke on Monday as Emerson Royal was presented at Camp Nou, saying:
"Regarding Leo, things are going well.
"We're trying to resolve the issues that need to be resolved. They're important, of course, but we're on it."
The club has tried to reinforce the front line, but Lionel Messi will play the main role if he stays at the club. The high-profile forward has made 778 appearances for the club scoring at least 30 goals in 13 consecutive seasons.